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CONTAINING ASTRONOMICAL AND TIDE TABLES 



ADAPTED TO 



NEW BSeSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



LIGHT-HOUSES 

FROM ST. JOHN EASTWARD AND ST .TORN WESTWARD— FROM EASTPORT TO 
BOSTON— LIGHTS IN PASSAMAQUODDY BA^ AND ON THE ST. CROIX 
RIVER— LIGHTS ON THE ST. JOHN RIVER IN NEW BRUNS- 
WICK, AND THE ANNAPOLIS RIVER, NOVA SCOTIA. 



FULL LISTS OF DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL REPRESENTATIVES AND 
OFFICIALS— THE OFFICERS OF ALL COUNTIES IN NEW BRUNS- 
WICK—LISTS OF RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS, MEDICAL 
DOCTOKS, BARRISTERS, SOCIETIES, CLUBS, Etc. Eic. 

MAKING 

A MOST USEFUL BOOK OF REFERENCE. 



FOR INDEX, SEE PAGE 2. 



SAINT JOHN, N. B. 
J. & A. McMillan, 98 and 100 Prince William Street. 

1898. 



'1 Index — Advektihement. 

TRY CAMPBELL BROS.' HAND-MADE BLACK AXES. 



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A. Pa(}k 

Acadia University 175 

Acadia Seminary 176 

Agriciiltunil Society, St Joim... 213 

Albert Comity 120 

Almanac 54 

Altitude of the Sun 60 

Anchorage 149 

Ancient Order of Koresters 199 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 205 

Ancient Order United Workmen 199 

Artillery— Fiehl Batteries 185 

A tlantic and other Routes 52 

Around tlie World 119 

B. 

Hall's Fishing Club 217 

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Pa«I! 

Hanks — 15*> 

Bank Holidays 158 

Bankof British North America 161 

Bank of Montreal .. 161 

Bank of New Brunswick 161 

Bank of Nova Scotia 161 

Halifax Banking Co 161 

Peoples Bank of N B 162 

St Stephens Bank 162 

Baptist (.'hurch— 175 

Acadia Seminary 176 

Acadia University 175 

Annuity Association 178 

Board of Foreign Missions 177 

Board of Home Missions 177 

ON PAGE 3. 



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IF TOU WANT AXES TO STAND FROST, THY CAMPBELL BROS. 



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Book and Tract Society 17.S 

Horton Collegiate Academy... 176 

Institute 177 

Ministers' Annuity p-und 177 

Ministers in N. B. and P. E. I. 178 

Wonien's Missionary Union... 177 

Barristers Society of N B 207 

Board of Examiners for Civil Ser- 
vice 01 

Boards of Health — 

Jjocal Boards of Health 115 

Provincial Board of Health... 115 

Boards of Management, St. John 137 

Board of Portwardens 135 

Board of Trade 213 

Brighton Engineers 187 

British Columbia 1)7 

British Empire League 209 

British Ministry 88 

CONTINUED 



C, Paok 

Cabinet Ministers, Dominion... . 89 

Calendar 62-85 

Canadian Artillery, ord Eegt 185 

Canadian Storm Warnings 51 

Carleton County 121 

Carleton Curling Club 209 

Carleton VV. C. T. U 211 

Cartage Districts 141 

Catholic Mutual Benefit Assoc'n. 204 

Caulker's Association 216 

Cavalry — 8th Princess Louise.... 184 

Census Returns, St. John 136 

Centenary 8. S. Association 212 

Charlotte County 123 

Church of England Institute 168 

Church of England S. S. Teachers 

Association 168 

Church -wardens and Vestrymen 

of St. John 167 

ON PAGE 4. 



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SCHOOL, No. 778, 




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BUSINESS, No. 772, 




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Index — A dv eutisemj:nt. 



SEND FOR PRICES ON ALL KINDS OF AXES. 



Paok 

Circuit Courts JOl 

City and County of St. John Ki-') 

City of Moncton l')4 

Clan Mackenzie- 209 

Clergy of the Dioces" of Fredcr- 

icton K)4 I 

Cotnniissioners for taking Atlida- j 

vits.etc 227 

Commissioners Public Library... 217 
Commissioners Slaughter Houses 208 
Conmiissioners under Chap. 3(5, 

Con. Statutes 226 

Congregational Church — ISl 

Canada Foreign Mission'y Soc. 181 

Canada Missionary Society 181 

Churches of N. B. and N. S... 181 

Montreal College 181 

I'nion of N. S. and N. B 181 

Women's Missionary Society .. 181 

CONTINUED 



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Consuls and Consular Agents 227 

Corporation of b'redericton lo(> 

Council of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New Brunswick 212 

Counterfeit Canadian Notes 2;)1 

County Courts 102 

Court for the Trial of Piracy 10] 

Court of Divorce 101 

Curling Clubs — 

Carleton 20!) 

F'redericton 209 

St. Andrews 209 

Thistle 209 

Customs Department — 

Port of St. John Ill 

Ports 'ind Collectors in N. B... 1 1 1 
D. 

Dental Register of N. B 232 

Dental Society 217 

ON PAGE 6. 



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CAMPBELL BROS.' CELEBRATED DOUBLE BITT AXE. 



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I).'partMK'nt;il Oflices 100 

l)e|iartiut'iit of AjL,n-icMilture 100 

Diocesan Synod 105 

I> >tniiiioii of Canada — j 

Board of Examiners for Civil 

Service Ul 

Cabinet Ministers S'J , 

rierks..... 90 

l)e|)nty Heads of Departments 90 

l''xclie(iner Court 91 

Hovernment Agents in United 

Kingdom 90 

< iovernor-deneral and Suite... 89 

■( iovernors-General S9 : 

High Connnissioners, Canada. 90 \ 

Jueutenant Governors S9 

Members of the Privy Council 91 : 
Ministers not in the Cabinet... 90 

Supreme Court of Canada 91 

Dominion Savings Bank 112 

CONTINUED 



E. Paoi.; 

Kcclesiast ica 1 1 (54 

Kcli|)ses, etc o(J 

Edu'itional — 181 

Educational Dept. of N. B 181 

Educational Institute of N. B.. 183 
Halifax School for the Blind.. 1S3 

Madras School 183 

School Inspectors and Inspec- 
toral Districts 182 

Teachers' Institutes 184 

Tniversity Aluinni Society 182 

University of King's College, 

Windsor, N. S 183 

University of Xew Brunswick 182 

f^quity Referees 232 

Equity Sittings 101 

Exciieqner Court 91 

Executive Councils — 

British Columbia 97 

Manitoba 98 

ON PAGK 0. 




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CAPITAL, 



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jg@^ Does the largest business in Canada, and has 
the largest Net Surplus of any Fire Insurance Com- 
pany in the world. 

J. SIDNEY KAYE, 

Jardine's Building, FriDce William Street, Saint John, N. B. 

AGENT FOR NEW BRUNSWICK. 



J. & A. McMillan publish mcmillan's map of new Brunswick. 



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CARRIAGE SPRINGS and AXLES, also EDGE TOOLS, AT CAMPBELL BROS. 



Paok 

Nova Scotia 07 

Ontario 96 

P. E. Island 97 

Quebec 90 

New HriinHwlch 99 

Xortliwe.st Territories 98 

Kxliibition Association 208 

Kx|)lanati()ii of A s t ron oni leal 

Symbols and Abbreviations .')4 

Kxplaniitorv 57 

F. 
Farmers and Dairymen's Ass'n... 210 

Father Mathew Association 215 

Fire Alarm Telegraph i;!9 . 

Fire Department 1,S7 ; 

Firemen's Mutual Relief Ass'n.. 212 

F'ishery Laws 118 

Fishing; Clubs — 217 j 

Hall's Lake 217 ] 

Ik^aver Lake 217 ! 

lnf,'Iewood 217 ' 

Log Cabin 217 i 



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Fixed and Movable Festivals, etc. 54 

Forecasting the Weather 58 

Foreign Mails 110 

Fredericton Curling Club 201> 

p>ee Christian Hiiptists I7t* 

Fusiliers IStt 

CJ. 

CJame Laws 1I<> 

(iaine Wardens for New Bnins'k 119^ 

(Gloucester County 124 

Grand Lodge N B (Orange) 191 

Greenwood Cemetery Co 214 

Cieneral Public Hosjdlal H>2 

H. 

i lackney Carriages 1 4(> 

lliilifax School tor the P>lind 18.'? 

Harbor Master's Fees 14S 

Health. Uoard of lir> 

High Water, St. John River 18 

Hospitals and .Asylums — 162 

Hoy.s' Industrial Home 161$ 

General Public Hospital \(y'i 

ON I'AGK 7. 



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TIIK Bi:ST O^ TIIK MARKET. 

Prices from $2.50 Upwards. 



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J. & A. McMillan publish mcmillan's map of mew Brunswick. 



Index — Advkrtihemknt. 



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Home foi Aged Women 168 

Provincial Lunatic Asylum... 1(52 

St. John P. (). Asylum 16H 

Victoria Hospital, Frcdericton. 162 
Wiggins M 0. Institution I(i3 

House of" Assembly 99 

House of Commons 9.'? 

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Independent Order Foresters — 200 

Directory of C'ourts 200 

Executive Council 200 

High Court of N. B 200 

Indepegdeut Order G. T— 197 

( J rand Lodge of N. B 1 97 

International Supreme Lodge.. 197 
List of Working Lodges 197 

Independent Order Odd Fellows -193 
Dist. Deputy ( Jrand Masters... 19o 
Dist. Dei)uty Grand Patriarchs 194 

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(rraud Lodge of Lower Pr(»v.. 19!t 
Grand l'''icanipmcnt Maritirne 

Provinces 194 

Uehekah Lodges 195 

Subordinate Kncamiuucrits 195 

Subordinate Lodges 194 

Infantry— 

Carleton, 67th 186 

Fusiliers, 62nd 18<5 

Kings, 74tli 187 

Northumberland, 7ord 187 

York, 71st 18t> 

Inglewood Fish and Game Cor- 

poiation 217 

Irish Literary and Benevolent 

Society 21-) 

J. 
Judges and Clerks of Co. Courts.. 102 
Junior Liberal-Con. Association, 208 
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Paid $549,462 for losses by the St. John's, 
Newfoundland, conflagration 

Without contesting a Single Claim. 



C. E. L. JAKVIS, General Agent, 

74 Prince William Street, 

ST. jomsr, 3sr- b. 

PROGRAMMES AND POSTERS PRINTED IN Al STYLE AT MCMILLAN'S. 



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J. & A. MCMILLAN FURNISH ESTIMATES FOR SOCIETY PRINTINQ. 



MAP OF THE WORLD. 

Hy O. K. PAKKIN, M. A., LL. I>. 

Prinriiiiil -/ Cjipi-r <\uui<hi Vulkge, Tuionin, ami (unnrflii Primipal nf the Colkglate School, 

J'Wdtricluii, iV. B. 



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SIZE 8 FEET IB'^ 5 EEET. 

3Iouiit(Hl on Clotli, ViirnisluMl, and with Koller:;. 

PROSPECTUS. 

THIS, Map luis IxHMi (l('>^i<,n cd to iiidiciite witli as much distinct- 
II, -sc ji^ possihic the u:('(»^vaj)lii('iil position of the various parts 
oftiie British l^^inpirc, and their relation to each otlier for purposes 
of connuerce and defence. 

SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE MAP. 

1. All the territories of the l-^nipiro have a conspicuous and 
uniform coloring. Spheres of intluence are distinguished by a 
lighter shade of tlie same color. 

2. Prominences is given to the illustration of the great trade 
routes, and of tlu' coaling and naval stations which give these 
routes security, and form connecHng links around the world. 

o. By repeating Aust."alia and the countries of the Far East, 
the ap[)roach to them by the Western as well as by the Eastern 
route is shown, and thus the continuity of maritime connection 
around the Emj)ire is illustrated more fully than in ordinary maps. 

4. The relation of Canada to the Empire is also thus shown 
most effectively, and the Map was used at the Ottawa Conference 
of 1894 in the discussions on steamship and cable routes. 

5. An inset Map shows the system of telegraphic and cable 
communication between Canada and all other parts of the world. 

S£»:e:cial price #coo. 

A Remarkably Cheap Map for Scliool Rooms, Counting Houses, etc. 



J. & A. McMillan, - St. John, N. B. 

LEGAL BLANKS AND STATIONERY ALWAYS IN STOCK AT MCMILLAN'S. 



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K. I'AdK 

Kent County \'2i\ 

Kings C<)ll<'j((' School 2(»7 

Kings Comity l'J7 

Kings County Natural History 

Society 207 

KnightH of Pythias— 2(m 

Grand Lodge 20;i 

Suhordinate Lodges 2():} 

Supreme Lodge 203 

Endowment Hank 204 

L. 
Law and Justice Department — 

Circuit Courts 101 

County Courts 102 

Court for the Trial of Piracy.. 101 

Court of Divorce 101 

Equity Sittings 101 

Judges and Clerks Co. Courts.. 102 

Probate Court 101 

Sittings of the County Courts.. 103 

Supreme Court of Judicature.. 100 

Licensed N'ictuallers 213 

CONTINUED 



Light Houses — P.\(iE 

liny of Kundy 21 

Eastport to Boston 34 

(;rand Lake 21 

(iulfofSt Lawrence 30 

Piissama(|Uo<ldv I5av 23 

River St. John 17 

Washademoak Lake IS 

List of Methodist Ministers 172 

Lloyd's Register 217 

Local Hoards of Health 115 

Log Cabin l-'isiiing Club 217 

Loyal Orange Institution — !'.•! 

Grand Lodge 191 

Subordinate Lodges 191 

M. 

Madawaska County 128 

Madras Schoo' ...' 183 

Manitoba 98 

Maritime Board of Trade 21.3 

ALiritimeCom'l Travellers' Ass'n. 21 ti 

>redical Register 22^ 

Methodist Church 172 

ON VAiiK 10, 



COPYING BOOKS. 

"We make Three Qualities of 

XjEttei^ size. 

Also the Larger Sizes for Copying 

Accounts Manifests, Way Bills, Etc., Etc. 

J. & A. UcHILLAN, 

>Ianiilii<'tiiring: KStationers, 

ST. JOHN, N. II. 



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J. & A. MCMILLAN KEEP WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN FENS. 



Page 
Masonic — 188 

Ancient and Hon'le Fraternity 
of Free and Accepted Masons 188 

A. and A S. Rite 191 

(rrand Council High Priests .. 190 
(irand Co'cil Royal and Select 

Masters cSr Appendant Orders 190 
Grand R. A. Chapter of N. B. 189 

Knights Templar 190 

McLood-Moore Conclave 190 

Private Chapters 190 

Private Codncils 190 

Private Lodges IS!' 

P.oyal Order of Scotland 191 

Militia— 184 

District Stair 1S4 

Nth Princess [jotiisc Hussars . 1S4 

Artillery Field Batteriees IHri 

8rd Regt. Canadian Artillery.. 185 

St. John Fusiliers ISO 

(arleton Light Infantry 1S6 

71st York Batt. Infautiy 18() 

Brighton Fngineers l87 

Nortluitnberland Bait. Infantry 187 

74th Battalion Infaniry 1S7 

Provincial Rifle Association.... 188 

St. John Rifle Company 188 

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Pa OK 

Money Order Service 104 

Morning and Evening Stars 57 

Mount Allison Academy 775 

Mount Allison Ladies' College.. 175 

Municipality of St. John 1^4 

N. 

Natural History Society 207 

New Brunswick — 

Department Offices lOO 

Executive Council 91^ 

House of .\sserably 9'> 

Officers of House of Aspembly 100 
N. B. A. A. Dalhousie College... 207 
N. B. Au.xiliary Bible Society... 211 
N. B. Board Fire Underwriters.. 21. > 

N. B Dental Society 217 

N. B. Good Roads .Vssociation... 210 
N. B. Masonic Hall Company... 211 

N. B. Medioal Society 212 

N. B. Pharmaceutical Society ... 21<> 
N. B. Pnn-incial Rifle A.ssociat'n IKS 

New P»riinswick Railway Co 157 

New Brunswick S. P. C. A 210 

! New Brunswick W.C. T U 211 

N. B. Sunday School Association 212 

NorthiMi.berland County 121^ 

Nova Scotia 97 

ON PAGE U. 



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Northwest Territories — Page 

Legislative Assembly 98 

Provincial Executive 98 

Notaries Public 225 

O. 

Odd Fellows Hall Company 215 

Officers Congregational Union... 181 

Officers of House of Assembly... 100 

Officers under the Domin. Gov — 

Department Minister Justice.. 113 

Dep't Railways and Canals.... 113 

Finance Department 112 

Imvnigration Department 113 

Inland Revenue Department .. 112 

Marine and Fisheries 112 

Public Works Department 113 

Sliipping Office, St. John 113 

Time Ball 114 

Weights and Meas. Inspection 113 
Weights and Meas. Ins. Service 114 

Official Stenographers 100 

Onti\rio 9(5 

Opening and Closing River 2 .^ 

Open Season for Fish in N. B ... 119 

P. 
Parliament of Canada- 
House of Commons 93 

The Senate 92 

CONTINUED 



Phonetic Speed Society 

Pilot Commissioners 

Police Department 

Population of New Brunswick... 
Portland Free Public Library... 
Post Office Department — 

Foreign Mails 

Letter Carriers' Delivery 

Merchants' Boxes 

Money Order Service 

Mutilated Stamps 

New Brunswick Division 

Parcel Post 

Post Bands 

Post Office, St. John 

Railway Mail Clerks 

Rates of Postage 

Registration 

: Stamped Envelopes 

j Useful flints 

i Prince Edwa.d Island 

j Principal Articles for Calendar.. 
I Progress High Water,St.J'h:. Rv 
; Presbyterian Church of Canada.. 

I Prol»ate Court , 

I Provincial Board of Health 

I Provincial Liberal Association... 
Prov. Lib. -Con. Association 

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Trovinciiil W. C. T. Union 211 

Q. 

<2uebec 96 

l^ueens County 131 

R. 

Railways — 157 

Albert Southern 158 

Canada Eastern 158 

Canadian Paoilic 157 

C'araquet 157 

Central 158 

Elgin and Ilavelock 157 

Oulf Shore 157 

Hampton and St. Martins 158 

Intercolonial 157 

KentNorthern 158 

Moneton and Buetouche 158 

New Hrunswiciv Railway (Jo.. 157 

Prince Eilward Island 158 

St. John \'al and Kiv. dii Loup 158 

St. Louis 158 

Salisbury and Harvey 157 

Shore Line 157 

Woodstock and Centrcville 158 

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Pagh 

Railway Mail Clerks 104 

Railway Mail Clerks' Association 216 

Rates of Cartage for St. John 144 

Rates of Cartage for Carleton 145 

Rates of Fare Hackney Carriages 140 

Rates oft'ilotage 147 

Rates of Top Wharfage 149 

Rates of Wharfage 150 

Referees in Equity 232 

Reformed Episcopal Church 18C 

Register Births, Marriages, 

Deaths 136 

Relative Value of Money 236 

Relief and Aid Society 209 

Restigonehe County 132 

River Opening and Closing 234 

Roll of Barristers and Attorneys 218 

Roman Catholic Church 169 

Royal Arcanum 214 

Royal Family 86 

Rules of the Road at Sea . 44 

S. 

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St. Andrew's Society 209 

St. Andrew's Society, Fredericton 209 

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tion 21 1) 

1 144 

1 145 

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St. George's Society 210 

St. Jolin Ricycle-Atliletic Club. 217 
St. John Bridge and K.R. Ex. Co. 208 

St. John Camera Club 214 

St. John Christian Scientist Asso. 210 
St John City Government — 130 

Anchorage 149 

Board of School iVustees 146 

Boards of Management 137 

Cartage Districts 141 

Cartage Rates 144 

City Officials 137 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 139 

Fire Department 137 

Hackney Carriages 140 

Harbor Master's P^ees 148 

Hook and Ladder Companies. 138 

Pilot Commissioners 146 

Police Department 140 

Rates of Pilotage 147 

Rates of Top Wharfage 149 

Rates of Wharfage 150 

Salvage Corps and Fire Police. 139 

Standing Committees 137 

St, John County S. S. Assocsation 212 

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St John County 135 

St. John Horticultural Associat'n 214 

St. Jolin Liiw Society 207 

St. John Liberal Association 20R 

St. John Medical Society 212 

St. John Oratorio Society 217 

St. John Rifle Company 18S 

St. John Rural Cemetery Co 214 

St. Jolin T. and L. Council 210 

St. John Typographical Union.... 210 

St. John W. C. T. U 211 

St. Joseph's Senior Society 215- 

St. Malachi's T. A. R. Society . . 215 
St. Martins Agricultural Stciety. 2ia 

St. Martins W. C. T. U 211 

St. Peter's T. A. S 21.> 

St. Vincent de Paul Society 215 

Salvage Corps and Fire Police.... 13^ 

Savings Bank, Dominion 112 

School Inspectors and Districts.. 18;? 

School Trustees, St. John 146 

Scowmen's Union 210 

Sea Signals 53 

Seasons 56 

Senate 92 

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Pa(;e 

Ship Laborers' Union 216 

8ign8 and Influences of the Zodiac 56 
JSimonds Agricultural Society.... 213 

Sittings of tlie County Courts 103 

HSocieties, Clubs, etc 207 

Sons of England Benevolent Soc, 202 
Sons of Temperance — 

Grand Division of N. B 195 

Representatives to Nat. Div... 195 

Subordinate Divisions 196 

Standing Committees (City) 137 

Standing Committees (County).. 134 

Storm Warnings 51 

Suubury County 151 

Supreme Court of Canada 91 

Supreme Court of Judicature 100 

T. 

Table of Distances 119 

Teachers' Institutes 184 

Temple of Honor and Temi)er'ce 198 

Thistle Curling Club 209 

Tides 58 

Tide Table- 
Atlantic Coast, Nova Scotia... 59 
Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick 59 
Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia. . . . 59 

€ape Breton Island 60 

Gulf of St. Lawrence 60 

New England Coast 60 

Northumberland Straits, N. S. 60 

Prince Edward Island 60 

Time Ball ]]4 

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Paok 

Town of Woodstock 122 

Trades and Labor Council 216 

Trinity Precej)tory, Black Kn'gts 

of Ireland 216 

U. 

Union Club 21) 

United Workmen 199 

University of Mt. Allison College 174 

University of New Brunswick... 182 

V. 

Victoria County 152 

Victoria Hospital, Fredericton.... 162 

Victuallers, The Licensed 213 

W. 

Weights and Meas. Inspection... 113 

Weights and Meas. Ins. Service.. 114 

Western Association 217 

Westmorland County 153 

Wiggin's Male Orphan Institut'n 163 

Wilmot Park, P'redericton 214 

Women's Baptist Miss. Union... 177 

Women's F. C. B. Miss. Society.. 180 
Women's C. T. U.— 

New Brunswick 211 

St. John 211 

1 Carleton 211 

I St. Martins 211 

Y. 

I York County 154 

j Young Liberals Club 208 

! Y. M. C. A., St. John 211 

I Young Men's Society St. Joseph. 216 

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Albert Manufacturing Co 103 

Bourke, T. L. (bottom lines).. ..17-27 
Brackett, C. E (bottom lines)...28-o3 

Campbell Bros, (top lines) 2-6 

Case, Mayes 228 

Chemical Fert'lur Co (outside b'k cov) 

Cowie & Edwards 11 

Fisher & Co., G. S 65 

Forbes, W. J. (top lines) 62-71 

Fraser, Fraser ct Co 62 

" " 64 

" " 66-68 

" " , 70 

" " 72 

74-85 

4^reen & Son, R. H 138 

Halifax Banking Co 159-160 

Harper's Periodicals 230 

Higgins' British Liniment (top 
lines) 72-121 

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Paok 

Horncastle, J. «&Co. (top lines). 35-47 
" " (bottom lines). 54-66 

Jardine & Co 2 

Lordly & Co., A 13 

London and Lancashire Fire Ins. 

Company Outside front cover 

McArthur, A 18 

McAvenney, Dr. A. F 230 

Mclntyre & Townsend.. 15 

McMillan, J. & A.— 
('harts, Sailing Directions, etc. 63 
British Em. Map of the World. 8 

Niagara Clip 10 

Printing and Book-binding.... 61 

School Books 163 

Stationery, Blank Books, etc... 114 

To the Legal' Profession 226 

i Mahony, E.J 12 

I Manchester,R. & A., inside front cover 

I Morgan, J & Co 230 

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Thome & Co., W. H 

Wallace tV: Eraser (calendar).. 
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Robb Engineering Company .. ., 

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LIGHT-HOUSES. 

Itiver St, Joliii. 

Greeu iiiw/— Lat. 45° 16^ 50^^ Ion. 66° '.iM5^^ ; fixed white light, visible 
10 miles; wiiite. square, wood towei. 

iSand Point— Low shore, east side of river; lat. 4o° 20' 50^', Ion. 66° 13'; 
fixed white light, visible 10 miles ; lantern on a mast with white shed at base, 
all elevated on open framework. 

Belyea'ii Point— On Nathaniel IJelyea's Point, W. side of river; lat. 45° 23' 
5", Ion. 66° 14^ 30"; fixed white light, visible 11 miles; white, square, wood 
tower; to guide clear to Purdy's Shoal. 

Williama' LdiuJing — Near outer end of public wharf; lat. 45° 30' 50", h^n. 
66" 7' 45"; fixed white light, visible 10 iniles; lantern on a mast; to guide 
through Long Reach. 

Ooh Point— how land, west side of river; lat. 45° 32' 10", Ion. 66° S'; 
fixed white light, visible 10 miles; hint rn on mast, with white shed at base, 
all elevated on open framework. 

FleveUin(f\^ Landinij — West side of river, Greenwich ; latitude 45° 33', Ion. 
66° y 8"; fixed red ligiit, visible 5 miles; lantern on a white mast, sliows 
from NEI round through E to SVV. 

Belleisle Public Landing Range — Front light at landing at head of dredged 
channel ; lat. 45° 39' 5", Ion. 65° 57' 30"; lixed white, visible 5 miles; lan- 
tern on a mast. Jjack light 160 feet N by E j E from front; fixed red light, 
visible 2 miles; lanlern hung on end of Israel Noble's dwelling, which is 
white, square, wood. Lights visil)le Iietween the bearings of NE through N 
to SW ; in range show centre of dredged channel N by E 'i E; at outer end 
of channel a black can buoy is moored, and sides are balized. 

Palmer X Ijunding — On the outer end of new government wharf; lat. 45° 35' 
42", Ion. ()6° '2' 55" ; lixed white light, visible 11 miles: white, square, wood. 

Gagetown — W . side of river; lat. 45° 46', Ion. 66° 11'; fixed white light, 
visible 8 miles; while, sijuare, wood tower, lantern red, on cribwork pier; t(j 
guide vessels between Jemseg and Musquash Island, and to show turn in river 
at Buzzas. 

Jemseg— On S. side lower Jemseg entrance; lat. 45° 47', Ion. 66° 8' 40": 
fixed r^d light, visible 3 miles; mast with white shed, brown roof at base, on 
wiiite timber j)ier; light shows from SVV round by W to NE. 

Bridges Point— On E. side of river opposite foot of Mauger Island ; lat. 45° 
52' 36", Ion. i)(\° 10' 21"; fixed white light, visible 12 miles; white, scjuare, 
wood tower, with lantern roof red ; to guide vessels through the channel on 
E. side of (iilbert or Mauger Island. 

Oromoclo — About 400 yards SE from head of public wharf; lat. 45° 51' 8", 
Ion. 66° 20' 3S"; fixed white light, visible 10 miles; white, square, wood 
tower on eril)Work i)ier, lantern red. 

Wihnnt Bluff— \\. side of river; hit. 45° 52' 15", Ion. 66° 32' 40"; fixed 
white light, visible 10 miles; lantern on mast, with white shed at base, ele- 
vated on oi)eu framework. 

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Shoes of alfKinds, WATERBURT & RISING, 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 

Time of Hij»h Wat«M* at Various Points on St. John Kiver, 

CALCULATKl) FKOM TIMK OF HIGH WATER IX ST. JOHN HARBOR. 

(From liiilli'liii 1"' of the Natural History Society oC New Bruiiswiclc). 



Distance 

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25 

29 

33 
37 
42 
48 
60 
56 
60 
64 
71 
73 
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Indiiintown, 

Westfield, 

Pitts' Liiiidiug (Devil's Back}, 

Ouk Point, 

Moiitii oi Belleisle (Piilmer's 

Point), 
Hampsteiul, 

Moutli of Wushademoiik, 
Slipp's Wharf, 
Gagetown, 

Jemseg, nioiilh of Grand Lake, 
Charles (t miter's, 
Ujjper Gagetown, 
Sheffield, 
Maugerville, 
Oroniot'to, 
Frederi'-ton, 
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Wasliadeiiioalc Lake. 

Musfjuash Island.— Fixed white light, visible 10 miles. 
Hendry Farm. — Fixed white light, visible 10 miles. In coming down, these 
two lights to be kept in range until opposite N W end of Hog Island, whence 



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Shoes of all Kinds, WATERBURT & RISING, 61 King And 212-214 Union Sts. 

a sdiitlicrly '■oiiisi' to !»♦' kept to tlu' ftK»l of Miisijiuisli Islnixl. In j^oln^ up, 
the two li^^lits l(» he lnoiij^lil in laiif^e upposite N W end of Hog Islaiul, and 
kept ill range until within A iniluui'the light on Hendry Farm. 

(ii'iiiMl Lsiko. 

Cox'x Point— t\\i'i\ white light, visihle lU miles; while, H([nare, wood tower. 
^[(^^I(t^nll' I'diiil — do. <io. do. 

Jtoberlnonn I'nlut — do. do. do. 

y<iiiji>it'H /'(tint — do. do. do. 

Nt'W liriiiiMwick Coast. 

LMillT ll()l'Si:« -ItAY <il" Fl'NDY — FUOM ST. JOHN, N. H., KASTWAIU). 

St. John II<irhnr.~]W-Mim; lat. 45° 14' nH'', Um. GG° IV 12'^ fixed red 
light, vis. 10 miles; vertical hlaek and white stripes, 3o feet ahove high water. 

yt'<iro Point. — Or end of (irovernmeiit Breakwater, W entrani-e Port of St. 
John". Fi.xe(l white light, 40 feet high, visil)le 8 miles; lat 4^° 14' Hi", Ion. 
()t)° Jl' ly"; white with red lantern, open framed hexagonal tower on circular 
titone found lion. 

Jilnr./i J' III WliiMlinij liiiiiij — III 1") fathoms outside entrance of St. John 
liarlK)r; l:i tiide 4o° 11' IJO" N, longitude <)()" K W; black iron hnoy sur- 
mounted liy a 10 inch wliistle, sounded hy the action of the waves. From the 
l)Uoy Partridge Island light liears N l \V ;{', miles; Mispec Point E I N 1,5 
miles; south-west end of iMeogenes Island NVV l)v W .'{; miles. 

Partridijc M/(/(/.— St. John Ilarl.or; latitude 4o° 14' 3"; hmgitude GG° 3' 
b'' \ dioptric lixed white light, visiltle i7 miles; tower vertical red and white 
stripes, 119 feet ahove high water; in fog;,'y weather a steam whistle sounds 
for ten seconds every miiuite ; a hell huoy near J-] side of Partridge Island reef. 

Split Rock WliintliiKj liuoij. — Moored in 30 fathoms off Si)lit liock; lati- 
tu.le 4.')° 7' 10" X, longitude CtG'' 14^ W ; iron huoy, with 10-inch whistle; 
location, S\V l.)y S ;,' S from Mustjnash Light, S 1 \V from western head of 
Mus(piash, and \VS\V from Partridge Island; whistle sounded by motion of 
waves. 

(Jape Spencer.— V\U-\\ of Cape; latitude 4.")° 12' 5" ; longitude 05° 54' 35"; 
alternate red and white light every 45 seconds, visible 20 miles; white square 
building with tower 207 feet above high water, visible between the bearings 
ESK romid l)y S to WNVV, Partridge Island light bearing N\V by W .] W, 
tlistant GA miles. 

Fort Folly Point Lii/ltt. — Junction Petitcodiac and Memramcook Rivers; 
latitude 45° 52' 5" X'; longitu.le 04° ;;;!' .55" \V ; lixed white light, 77 feet 
iibove high water mark, visible 14 miles; white, with iron lantern, red, square, 
wood, with dwelling attached. 

(^iiaco Ledijr Bell ]iao\j.—\\\ 10 fathoms, i mile N\V of ledge; lat. 45° 14' 
35^' N, Ion. (i5° 22' 4(1" \V ; red iron buoy surmounted by a bell; bell rung 
by the motion of the buoy on the waves. 

(^aaeo 1><II liiioij. — Ofi'the reef at west head in 14 fathoms .] mile S S E from 
light. Black iron 'nuov surmounted by bell. Bell rings by action of waves. 

Qiiaco, WeM Head— On pitch of Cape St. Martin's; latitude 45° 19' 30'' N, 
longitude 05° 32' 10" W ; revolving white light, 20 seconds, visible IG miles ; 
white, s(juare, wood tower, dwelling attached ; fog building white, with brown 
roof, woo<l; steam horn 70 feet from light-house, sounds a blast of 9 seconds, 
with intervals of 30 seconds; general coast light to guide to St. Martin harbor. 

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Qiiaco P/fcT.-On outer end ol" E breakwater pier. Lat. 45° 21' 20^' N ; 
Ion. 65° 31 55'MV. Fixed red light; visible (> miles in clear weather; 
white, square, wood lijr!:thousc ; 20 feet al)Ove liigh water mark; height <>( 
building from base to .'ane, 21 feet. N'isible between W by X .} W and N W ; 
and between N }, E and N K by E. The deepest water in entering the inner 
liarbor is close to the liglit. 

\Vard\ ronit Li;,l,i.— \Aahm\e -S 43° 4;'/ 3.V^ ; longitude W 04° 29M0" : 
fixed white, (liojjtric, visible 10 miles; white, square, wood tower, 72 feet hiyh 
above high water mark; visible from ENE through \ to SW i W. 

Cape PJnra(ic.—V\wh of Cape; latitude 45'^ 35' 4U" ; longitude 64° 47'; 
fixed white light, visible 15 miles; white square fog alarm building of gr;iy 
stone with slate roof, 120 feet above high water; steam horn sounds blasts ui 
S seconds, with intervals of 20 seconds. Fog alarm is 130 feet S W irom the 
lighthouse, at an elevation of 100 feet. 

^GrimlMmir—V: point of Island ; latitude 45° 43' 16" ; longitude 64° 37' 24": 
fixed white light. visibl(> 14 miles; white octagonal wood tower, white dwel- 
ling near bv. Fog horn building white, with brown roof. Steam horn found- 
blasts of 15* seconds, with intervals of .'JO seconds; 7i( leet above higli watei'. 
N'isible over 315° from S W by \V through N to W by N. Fog alarm build- 
ing stanils in front of tower; if horn disabled, old trumpet 150 feet behiiKl 
will sound short blasts every 15 seconds. 

HiHsbovough IF/cu/.— Petitcodiac River; latitude 45° 55' 15" ; longitud.- 
64° 37' 45"; fixed white light, visil)le 5 miles; open frame; to guide ves- 
sels going uj) the river and to the coal and plaster wharves. 

NeAV Brunswick Coast. 

T.IGHT-HOrSRS — BAY OF "UXDV — FROM ST. .lOHN, N. H., WESTWARD. 

St. John 7/ar/)o;— Beacon : lat. 45° 14 58, Ion. 66° 3 12; fixed red ligbt. 
visible 10 miles; vertical black and white stripes, 35 feet above high water. 

Herd's Point, on Prince VVm. stree-, foot of St. James; latitude X 45° !•'> 
41"; Ion. W 66'^ 3' 28" ; fi.\ed red \nd white, 64 c. p. incandescent lamp-, 
visible 5 miles, 3 branch biinp post, 42 feet al)ove high water, shows red ti 
seaward over an arc o[' iuh° from XE to X\\V, white on other bearings. 

JS\'ijro Point — i)n end of Government Breakwater, W entrance Port of Si. 
John; fixed white, 40 feet high, visible 8 miles; lat. 45° 14 13, Ion. 66° 3 lU: 
white, red lantern, oi.'^a framed iiexagonal tower on circular stone foundatinii. 

Partridge /s/((?((/— St. John Harbor: lat. 45° 14 3, Ion. 66° 3 5; dioptri( 
fixed white light, visible 17 miles; tower vertical red and white stripes, ll'.t 
feet above high water; in foggy weather a steam whistle soimds for 10 .second- 
every minute; a bell buoy near E side of Partridge Island reef. 

Black Point Whifflling Jiuoij — In 15 fathoms outside entrance of St. Joiin 
harbor; lat. 45° 1) 30 X, l(»n. 66° 1 W ; black iron buoy surmounted by a 1" 
inch whistle, sounded by the actior- 4" the wives. From the buoy Partridge 
Island ligiit bears X .', W 3{ miles; Mispec Point E ,; X l,s miles; sonth-we-t 
end of Meogenes b-land X\V by W ;>s miles. 

Split Hock \\lii.-<tlin;i linoi/ — Moored ii. ;>0 fathoms ofl'Split Koi'k ; latitude 
45° 7 10 X, longitude i'>i>° 14 \V; iron buojy v, ith 10 inch whistle; location, 
SW by \V :] S S from Mus(piash light, S ', \V from western head of Musqua^-li. 
and WS\V from Partridge Island; whistle sounded by motion of waves. 

Mmqnaxh, east side of entrance; latitude 45° 8' 35"; longitude 66° 14' 
30"; fixed catoptric light, green to seawaro, white towards hari)or, visible li' 
miles; white s(juare tower, dwelling attached; 112 feet above high water. 

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21' 20^' X; 
3!ir weatiior , 
k ; hei«;lit <i( 
V and N W ■ 
ng the inner 

r)4° 29M0"; 

72 feet hinh 
W. 

(le 64° 47'; 
(ling of gray 
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1 red liglit, 
igh water, 
e X 45° 1-V 
cent lamp-, 
lows red tn 
3;i rings. 

Port of St. 
n. 66° 3 I'..t: 

foundation. 

"> ; dioptrii 

stripes, 1 1'.* 

r 10 .second - 

of St. Jolin 

ited by ale 

y Partrid;;i' 

south- we- 1 

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e; location, 
' Musquasli. 
waves, 
nde (y()° 14' 
, visible !•> 
1 water. 

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Dipper Jhirltor Li(/ht. — On S point of Campbell's Island ; latitude X 4o° 
")' :>()"; longitude \V 66° 25^ Fixed red, elevated, 30 feet above high water 
mark, and is shown from a .stpiare white tower, red roof, and will show in tiie 
Ilav S bv W to S E, and -houid be visible 6 miles l)etween these points. 

Leprrmu; on ]*oint; latitude 45" 3' 32''; longitude 66° 27' 4o" ; fixed 
•white ligiit, visible 14 miles, striped horizontally red and white, octagona. ; 
<S0 feet above high water mark ; visible from all points seaward. A For/ 
Trumpet on the extreme end of the i)f)int on the south side of the lighthouse 
gives a blast of five seconds duration and a pause of 25 seconds, then another 
blastof 5 seconds and a pause of 25 seconds, in eacl- minute, making two blasts of 
live seconds each every minute. There is also a Fog Whistle in the same 
building, whicli will be operated in the event of the F'og Trumpet being out of 
order, and will sound as follows; viz., giving two blasts of 5 seconds duration 
with an interval of 5 seconds between them in each minute. 

Point Lepreaux Automatic Whintlinq Buoy. — S S W one nautical mile off 
Point Lepreaux Light House ; latitude X 45° 2' 31" ; longitude W 66° 27' 
50''; moored in 23 fathoms. Whistle is automatic, by motion of waves. 

I)rew'>< Head, on west side of Beaver Harbor ; latitude 45° 3' 45''' ; longi- 
tude 66° 44' 5"; fixed white light, visible 10 miles; white square tower 45 
feet above high water, seen at all points between E. and W. head of harbor. 

Pm Po/»/, ea.st side of entrance to L'Etang harbor ; latitude 45° 2' 20''' ; 
longitude 66° 48' 40" ; fixed green light, visible 10 miles ; white sipuire tower, 
dwelling attached, 51 feet above high water, visil)le from W through X to !S. 
An iron spindle painted black on the Grey Mare Ledge marks the west side 
of entrance. 

Bliss Island, west end of Island, south side of western entrance to Bliss har- 
bor; latitude 45° 1' 15"; longitude 66° 51'; fixed red light, visible twelve 
miles; white si[uare towei 45 feet above high water; leave on starboard hand 
going in ; a deep water harbor and very plain ; follow the starboard hand shore 
to the inner harbor. 

LTeie Pnssngr on Mascubin Point; latitude 45° 2' 20"; longitude 66° 53' 
30"; a steam horn sounds blasts of 7 seconds, with an interval of 30 seconds 
Jteiween each. Leave on starboard hand going in. 

Midjic /;/)(/— Passamaq noddy Bay; latitude 45° 6' 53"; longitude 66° 54' 
30''; fixed white light, visible 15 miles; white scpiare tower 130 feet above 
liigh water ; a Bar extends EXE from lighthouse, and vessels require to 
keep off' a distance of 260 yards to clear it at low water. 



Passamaquoddg Bay and St. Croix Hirer to St. Andreius. 

St. Andrews, on sandy reef at east entrance; latitude 45° 3' 45"; longitude 
€7°0'50"; t:Aed white light, visible 10 miles; white square tower 40 feet 
above high » ter ; to guide to all ports in inner Bay, and to vessels going up 
the river .St. Croix from L'Tete Passage or West Quoddy. There is only a 
de|)th of 4 feet on the X W extension of the reef towards the mainland. 

St. Andrews, north point of entrance; latitude 45° 4'; longitude 67° 3' ; 
fixed white light, visible 10 miles; white octagonal tower 42 feet above high 
water ; visible between the bearings of X W bv X and S E by S. 

Mark Point, St. Croix Kiver.— Latitude 45° 10' 10"; longitude 67° 12' 30". 
fixed white light ; white square tower 32 feet above high water mark. The 
course from Spruce Point to ballast ground is E by S A S distance 2 miles, 
from Spruce Point to Mark Point W X W, distance 2 miles. A vessel after 



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leaving Doehet Island, to dear the reef should steer N until the Spruce Point 
light bears N W bv W, and thence take a W N VV course. 

Spruce Point, St. Croix River.— I.atitude 45° 10' ;_ longitude 67° 10' 2.">" ; 
fixed white light; white square tower 32 feet above high water mark. 

Head ITarhor, E Quoddv Head, north point of Canjpobello Islan<l ; latitude 
44° 57' 30''; longitude 66° 54' 10"; fixed white light, visible 13 miles; 
octagonal tower, white, witii red cross, 64 feet above high water. Leave on 
starboard hand in entering Head ITarl)or, .ind on port hand on entering East- 
port, Me. Fog trumpet sounds blasts of 8 seconds duration, with intervals of 
35 seconds between I hem. 

Lubec \(trrnws Lifjht on Mulholland Point, Cnmpobello. — Latitude N 44° 5^ 
40"; longitude W 66° 58' 50"; fixed wliite light, 60 feet above high w;'.ter 
mark; visible 13 miles from N N W through E to S S W ; white, octagonal 
wooden tower. 

South. IVolf Whhtlinq Buoy.— In 52 fathoms, U miles S S E from S W Wolf 
light; latitude 44° 55' 20"; longitude m° 42' 30". Black iron buoy, with 
"S. Wolf "in white, surmounted bv 10-inch whistle, sounded automatically 
by waves. From the buoy, IIe:id Harbor light bears N W by W 8[ miles, and 
Ijepreaux light E by N i^' N 13] miles. 

Sonth Wext Wolf Island, on south cast point of the Island ; latitude 44° 56' 
30"; longitude 66° 44'; revolving white light every 1] minutes, visible 
16 miles ; white s(juare tower 111 feet above high water; lantern on dwellings- 
visible from all points of api)roacli. 

Sw(dlow Tnd, north east part of Grand Manan ; lat. 44° 45' 4(5" ; Ion. 66° 
44' 2" ; fixed white dioptric light, visible IS miles ; white octagonal tower 14S 
feet al)ove high water ; visible I»etwecn the bearings of SW roimd by Sto NW. 

Long Eddij Point Fog Whistle ; white wooden building, dark roof. A steam 
fog whistle on extreme north-west head of Grand Manan, 80 feet above high 
water, sounds blast of 4 seconds (liu'ation in each minute, with an iiUerva! of 
16 seconds between each blast. Lat. N 44° 48'; Ion. W 66° 47' 15". 

Grand llarl)0)\(iri\nd Manan— On Fish Fluke Point, eastern side of Grand 
Harbor ; latitude i\ 44° 40' 2" ; longitude W 66° 45' 8" ; fixed white catoptric 
light 40 feet above high water; visible 11 miles; square tower, painted white^ 
dwelling attached ; visible from all points seaward. 

Big Duck Island Fog Horn, S end of Island, latitude N 44° 41' 5" ; longi- 
tude W 6<)° 41' 40". White, with brown roof drt'elling near by. Fog horn 
sounds blasts of 6 seconds duration with interval of 35 seconds. 

South IIW Head, (irand Manan — (hi (Jul! C'liil'; latitude N 44° 36'; 
longitude W 66° 54' Ki"; revolving catoptric red and white light; makes 
complete revolution in 2 miinites, showing 3 white and 3 red fiashos at inter- 
vals of 20 seconds; 200 leet above high water; visible 20 miles; white, square 
tower; dwelling attached. 

Old Proprietor Ledge, to the S E of Grand Manan Ledge. Latitude 44° 
33' 10"; longitude iM\° 40'; visible 8 or 10 miles; a spindle beacon, painted 
red ; a ca^e elevated 31 feet above hii:h water mark. 

Gannet Rock, cm rock, Sof (h-and ^[anan. Latitude N 44° 30' 38"; longitude 
W 66° 46' 57" ; intermittent white light, 45s ; eclipse 5]s, flash 4.\s ; eclipse 5]& 
in every 60 seconds; visible 13 miles ; octagonal tower, vertical bfack and white 
stripes, C^(S feet above high, water; a cotton powder cartridge is exploded 
every twenty minutes to answer signals during fogs and snow storms; dan- 
gerous rocks extend 4 miles eastward of the lighthouse. 



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intervals of 

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high wi'.ter 
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S W Wolf 

buoy, with 

tomaticnlly 

miles, and 

ide 44° rnV 
tos, visible 
1 dwelling; 

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I tower 148 

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A steam 

l)ove high 

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ted wliite, 

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itude 44° 
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Machias Seal Tsfand, near middle of Island. Two lights G4 yards from each 
other. Latitude 44° 30' 7"; longitude ()7° 6' 13" ; lixed white lights, visihle 
12 miles; white towers 54 and 06 feet ahove high water; a fog whistle sounds 
in tliick weather, fogs, and snow storms, 5 seconds in each half minote. In 
range N W lead 4;J miles S of Murr Letigcs. 

Nova Scotia <^oa.st. 

LIGnX-HOT'SES — HAY OF FL'XDY — FROM CAPK SABLE, N. S., EASTWARD. 

Cape Sable— On Cai>e. Latitude 43° 23' 19". Longitude 6o° 37^ 15". Re- 
volving white light; bright 15s, dark 25s; visible in clear weather 12 miles. 
Octagonal white tower; stands 53 feet above high water mark. A steam fog 
whistle on southern point of Cape, elevated about 40 feet above high water. 
Sounds a blast of 10 seconds duration in each minute. 

Wt,^f, Head, Cape Sable Island.— On the Head. Lat. 43° 27' 17" X; Ion. 
65° 39' 10" W; fixed white light; visible 11 miles in clear weather; white, 
S(iuare, wood lighthouse; 42 feet al)ove high w:Uer mark ; height of building 
from base to vane, .3(5 feet; visible from m11 points seaward. Hand fog horn 
answers signals from vessels. 

Stoddard Idttnd— On N. W. of Ishmd. Latitude 43= 2S' 26". Longitude 
65° 43' 7". Fixed red light. White s(|ujire Tower to guide vessels into the 
anchorage of Stoddard Harbor and Shag Ilnrbor Sound; 22 feet above high 
water. 

Bon Po>-ta;/e Island.— On S. Point. Latitude 43° 27' 14". Longitude (35° 
44' 44". i^ed light, revolving every minute. White sijuare tower for guid- 
ing vessels m to Harrington, West I'.ay and Shag Harbor. Hand fog horn 
answers signa'', from vessels. Height above high wafer, 46 ft. Seen 12 miles. 

Seal hland. — On south jioint, one-eig;hth of a mile inland. Latitude 43° 23' 
34"; longitude 6(i° 0' 52". A tixed white light, visible 18 miles in clenr 
weather. A white octagonal tower, 98 feet in height above high water. A 
fog whistle sounds in each minute a blast of 5 seconds duration, and after an 
interval of 5 seconds another blast of 5 seconds. 

Yannoiith, or Cape Fonrchu. — On \\. Cai)e, south ])oint. Latitude 43° 47' 
30"; longitude 06° 9' 25". (ip. revolving white light, sliowing 3 flashes at 
intervals of 20 seconds, followed by an ecli{)se of 40 seconds. Stands 117 feet 
above high water. Vertical red and white stri}»es; octagonal wooden tower: 
white, wooden dwelling near by. Seen 18 miles in clear weather. Whistle 
on W. side of Cape sounds 10 seconds in every minute. Height of building 
from base to vane, 59 feet. Lifetioat station in Baker's Cove, just inside Hen 
and Chi(!kens Siu»al. 

Ihiiih'r Idand— On end of reef, oil' SW point of island, F side of entrance 
to Yarmouth harbor; lat. 43° 48 36, Ion 0(5° 8 42; fixed red light, visible 10 
miles; white, sijuarc, v.-o.d. on brown, circular, steel and concrete pier; bell 
gives one stroke every 15 seconds. 

Yannoath Bell Buoy. — In 10 fathoms ofi' Yarmouth Sound. Latitude, 43^ 
44' ; longitude, (56° 10' 47". Ked, iron buoy, vurmounted by a bell. Bell 
rings by the motion of tlie buoy on the waves. From the buoy the "Roaring 
Bull" bears F.N.F, 1.] nules;"and Cape Fourchn light N.F. by N., 3^ miles. 

Yarmouth Fairway W/iistlin(/ Buoy. — In 34 fatiioms, 10 miles S.W. by W..IW. 
from Ciipe Fourchii Light. 'Latitude, 43° 40' 16'^ ; longitude, (5()°"l8' 55". 
Black and white striped buoy, with 10-inch whistle. Whistle sounded by 
action of the waves. 



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OI<l Woman Lrth/f.—A red can buoy will he perinaneiitly maintained ofl' 
Frencliiuan Point,,' on the coast of Yiirmoiith. Latitude, 4'^° 87^50'^ N. ; 
lon^Mtuilf, (55° oS' 50^' S. The buoy will be moored in S\ fathoms, 400 yards 
soiitli of the Lodge. 

CiuiiHi-box /.-.7«;k/.— Northern entrance Sdiooner Passage. Latitude, 43° 39' 
34'^; longitude, ()»)° 2^ -^'V^ Fixed red light; oG feet above high watermark. 
Can be seen S miles. White, square wood, with dwelling attached ; iron lan- 
tern, red ; visible from all ])i)ints seaward ; height of building from base to 
vane, 37 feet. 

Penaeii Maud.— On S. point, one of the Tiisket Islands. Latitude, '43° 37' 
^y^; longitude, 66° K 40^'. Alternating red and white, one minute, each 
■color visible IT) seconds; 45 seconds between flashes; 50 feet above high water 
mark ; visible in clear weather. TJ miles. White. s(|uare wood, with dwelling 
"attached. Height of building frotn base to vane, 42 feet. Hand-horn answers 
signals from vessels. Sea light visiljle from all points of approach from south- 
ward : also through Schooner and Ellenwood Passages. A lower fixed red 
light in window, 16 feet below main light; 40 feet al)ove high water mark; 
visililc 4 miles. Lower light marks channel betweenOld Man and Old Woman 
Kocks. \'isil)le onlv between bearings W. bv N. }, N. and N. \V. bv W. 

St. .h,lni Lrdqe Jl'lt liiiof/.— In 22 fathoms, "l ', miles S. W. by W. | W., from 
the middle of the ledge. Latimde, 43° 29' 50'^; longitude, 65° 49^'Ky^ Red. 
iron buoy, with "J. ledge'' in white letters, surmounted by a bell. Bell rung 
by the action of the waves. From the buoy Pubnico Light is open to west- 
ward of St. John Island, X. F. by N., 6; miles; S. tangent of Bon Portage 
Island liears S. F. I S., 4', miles. 

Blonde Rock Automatic Whittling linoy. — In i;> fathoms, \ mile S. ] E. from 
tlie rock. Black, Iron buoy, surmounted by a 10-inch whistle. Whistle sounds 
by action of the waves. 

" Trinitii Bell Biioi/.—ln S fathoms W. by N. .] N. 600 feet from Trinity ledge. 
Iron buoy, surmounted by a bell. Bell rimg by action of the waves. Frotn 
the buov Cape St. Marv bears N. F. bv E. 7 miles; Cape Fonrchu S, bv ¥.. 
W. miles ; Lurcher Shoid S W by W 12.] nules. 

Lurcher Slio<d WhislliiK/ Huny. — In 13 fathoms. ;; ndle W of shoal. Latitude 
43° 50^ 2"; longitude 66° 30'. Retl and black horizontal bands, with 
Lurclier Shoal in white letters. Iron buoy, with 10-inch whistle. Whistle 
sounded by action of the waves. Shoal lies 15 miles X W by W, l W from 
Cape Fourchu light. 

Cape Saint Jfary. — Fast side Bay of Fundy. Latitude 44° 5' 10"' ; longitude 
66° 12' 40". Alternate red and white ligi ' every 30 seconds ; visible 16 miles 
in clear weather; white octagonal tower; stands 103 feet above high water. 

Meteijhan Eirer.— At extreme end of breakwater; lat. 44° 13' 10^^ N; Ion. 
66° S' 42'' W; fixed green; visible 6 miles in clear weather; vertical red 
"zfripes on seaward side, lantern painted black ; 23 feet above high water mark ; 
height of building from base to vane, 21 feet. Beacon for guiding vessels int(j 
river. Must be left on starboard hand and passed close aboard. Tide leaves 
breakwater one hour before low water. 

^ Charch Point.— K. side of St. Mary's Bay, Digby County. Lat. 44° 19' 55" 
X ; Ion. 66° 7' 35" W. Fixed red' light'; visibl'e 10 miles in clear weather; 
white, s(]uare, wood, dwelling attached ; 36 feet above high water mark ; height 
of building from base to vane, 20 feet. 

Bellircau Cove.— On outer end of E pier. Lat. 44° 24' 20" X; Ion. 66° 3' 
10" W. The light is a fixed green light, dioptric ; elevated 24 feet above high 

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Shoes of all Kinds, WATERBURT & RISING, 61 King and 212-214 Union S' u 

water mark ; visible from a distance of 4 tuiles in all directions seaward. 
White, square, wood. 

.SVss/ftoo.— S. side of entrance to river. Lat. 44° 26' 2.'/' N; Ion. 66° V W. 
Fixed white light; visible S miles in clear weather; white, square, wood 
lighthouse; 36 feet above high water mark ; height of building from base to 
vane, 33 feet. 



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Ion. 66° 20' 21". Two horizontal fixed white lights, 24 feet apart; visible 
10 miles in clear weather; white, square, wood, lanterns rising from ends of 
dwelling; 40 feet each above high water mark ; height of building from base 
to vane, 15 feet. Visible from the northward l)etween the bearings of S by W 
and S S W, and from the southward between the bearings of N E by E and 
N N W \ \\ . Hand fog horn answers signals from vessels. 

Brier Idand.—^ W. point. Latitude 44° 14' 57" ; longitude 66° 23' 38". 
Fixed, white light; visible 13 miles. Fog whistle on N. W. of Brier Island, 
south side of liglit house; sounds 3 blasts of 4 seconds duration, with intervals 
of 4 seconds between them each miiuUe. 

Northwest Ledga Bell Buoy.— In 15 fathoms, 400 vards N N W \ W from the 
N W Rock. Lat. 44° 19' 15" N ; Ion. 66° 24' 30" W. Red and black ver- 
tical striped iron buoy. Bell rung by action of waves. 

Boards Head. — 17 yards from edge of cliff, on W side of N entrance to 
Petite Passage. Latitude 44° 24' 10"; hmgitude 66° 13' 3"; alternate red 
'and white every minute ; visible 14 miles in clear weather ; white, square, 
svood, lantern on roof of dwelling. 



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Dighy Gut to Annapolis. 

Point Prim. — South jioint of entrance to Annajiolis Basin ; latitude 43° 41' 
30" ; longitude t)5° 47' 10" ; fixed white ligiit, visible 13 miles ; square tower, 
vertical red and white striped ; 76 feet al)ove high water. Fog whistle near 
edge of cliff', 225 feet N E from lighthouse tower. Sounds eight seconds in 
each )ninnte. Dwelling attached. 

Dighy Pier.— At outer end of pier. Lat. 44° 37' 40" N : Ion. 65° 45' 6" W. 
Fixed red light ; visible 6 miles in clear weather : lantern on pole, with white 
shed at base ; 3S feet above high water ; height of building from base to vane, 
29 feet. Visible from N N E round through W to S S W. 

Shafner\^ Point.— On N. side of Annapolis River. Lat. 44° 42' 40" X; 
Ion. 65° '57' 12" W. Fixed white light; visible 8 miles in clear weather; 
white, square, wood lighthouse ; 55 feet above high water mark ; height of 
building from base to vane, 43 feet Indicates Goat Island Shoals. 

Harbor Light at A)iv(i})(ilii^. — On water's edge of P^ngineer's Lot, N E of 
of government pier; latitude 44° 44 51 N, longitude 65° 31 6 W. Fixed red 
light, dioptric; elevated 30 feet above high water mark, and should be visible 
a distance of 7 miles from all points seaward. After passing the black buoy 
off Marsh point, in ascending the river, vessels mav run directly for this light 
on an E by N j N cour.se to the anchorage just below the old government j)ier. 

Port Williams, or Marshall Cove. — South shore. Latitude 44° 56' 53" ; lon- 
gitude 65° 15' 56"; two vertical fixed white lights, 22 feet apart, visible 10 
miles; square white tower 92 and 70 ft. above high water; upper light shown 
from metal lantern on top of tower; lower light in bow window at base; visi- 
ble from seaward from E by S through S to W S W i^ W. 

T. L. BOURKE, 23 to 27 WATER STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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Shoes of all Kinds, WATERBURY & RISING, 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 

Port a,'or!/r—( )n outer end of E. pier. Lat. 45° 0^ '2')" N ;_ Ion. 65° 9^ 25^^ 
W. Fixed green light; visible 7 miles in clear weather : white, wjiiare, wood 
lighthouse ; 25 ieet above high water mark ; height of building from base to 
vane, '21 feet. Visible from all points seaward. 

Mar<f(ireti;ille--(h\ extremity of Point, S shore. Latitude 45° 8^ 20'' ; longi- 
tude 65° 4'; red fixed light, visible eight miles in clear weather; square 
tower, horizontal black and white striped, 30 and 27 feet above high water; 
visible from seaward from S E by E :| E through N to W by S | S. Height 
of building from base to vane, 22 feet. 

hlc Jlnntc— On highest point. Latitude 45° 14' 55'' ; hmgitude 65° 0' 45'' ; 
white light, revolves every minute, visible 20 miles in clear weather; white, 
s(piare wooden tower, dwelling attached, almost hidden by trees ; 365 feet above 
high water. 

Black 7i!of;/l-. -South shore. Latitude 45° 10' 15"; longitude 64° 45' 50"; 
fixed wiiite light, visible 12 miles; white snuare tower 45 feet above high 
water; light in lantern on roof of dwelling; visible from all points of aiJ- 
jiroach. 

Jildch Rock Shoal. — A wooden spar buoy, painted black, moored in ol 
fathoms water, on tiie edge of the shoal nnining north from Black Kock 
Toint. Latitude 46° IS 3.S X ; longitude 60° 23 40 W. 

Campbell roiid. — A wooden spar buoy, painted black, moored in 3.1 fathoms 
water on the northern extremitv of the shoal oft' Campbell Point. Latitmle, 
48° 18 3 N ; longitude (i0° 24 \V. 

Capr lyOr. — Fog whistle, on extreme ])oint oi)])osite side of channel from 
Black Rock. Latitude, 45° 17' 25" ; longitude, 64° 46' 40". Brown, wooden 
building. Soinids during thick weather for 6s in everv 30s. 

A7h//.s/wW— < )n Oak Point Pier. Latitude 45° 9' 35" ; hmgitude 64° 21' 30" ; 
tixed white ligiit, visible 10 uiiles ; sipiare, white, wood, 27 feet above high water: 
visible from all points of approach. 

Jlortoii. — On l)lufr west side of Avon River, near its mouth. Latitude 45' 
6' 30"; longitude 64° 13' 20"; fixed white light, visible 15 miles; white, 
sipuire, wood, dwelling attached ; 100 feet above high water. 

Wallnii Harbor. — East side of mouth of LaTete river. Latitude 45° 14'; 
longitude ()4°0' 45". Fixed red light, visible 10 m.; while, square tower, ('A\ 
feel above high water. 

Burnt (.'oat. — Basin of Minas, N W extremitv of Head, S shore. Latitude 
45° 18' 40": longitude 63° 48' 30" ; lixed white light, visible 13 miles; 
white square tower, with lantern on dwelling, 75 feet high above high water; 
visible from all points of approach. 

SaUn-\-< Hea>l.—(}n shore of Basin of Minas. Lat. 45° 20' 10" \ ; Ion. 63^ 
-so/ 10" W. Fixed rt'd light; visible 5 miles in clear weather; lantern on a 



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mast, with white shed at base; 60 feet above high water mark; height of 
building from base to vane, 20 feet. Visible from all points of approach. 

J/r/.s,s<u)r;i or Ikbrrf. — On eastern head at entrance to Moss Creek. Lat. 45*^ 
22' 45" N ; longitude 63° 29' W. Fixed red light; visil'le 6 miles in clear 
weather; lantern on a mast; 30 feet above high watermark ; height of build- 
ing from base to vare, 20 feet. Visible from all points of approach. Kept 
lit iluring tishing season. 

Little J)i/kr.~{)u western head at entrance to Follv River. Lat. 45° 22' 45'' 
X ; Ion. ()3° 33' 20" W. Fixed red light ; visible 6 miles in clear weather; lan^ 
tern on a niast ; 25 ft. above high wtiter ; height of building from base to vane, 
20 ft. Visible from all points of aj)proach. Kept lit during tishing season, 

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Union Sts. Shoes of aU Kinds, WATERBURY & RISINQ, 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 



. 65° 9^ 2.")'^ 
(juare, wood 
roin base to 

20''; longi- 

lier; square 

\i^\\ water ; 

S. Height 

fi5° 0' 45" ; 
tlier; white, 
;5 feet above 

4° 45^ 50'' ; 

above high 

loints of ap- 

lored in o'. 
Bhick Rock 

1 3^ fathoms 
;. Latitude, 

channel from 
own, wooden 

64° 21' no"; 
e high water; 

Latitude 45' 
liles; white, 

ide 45° 14;; 
ire tower, (lU 

e. Latitude 

le 13 mih?s; 

high water; 

N ; Ion. 6:r 

1 at) tern on a 

; height til" 

hproaeh. 

Ik. Lat. 45^^ 

liles in el ear 

htof biiild- 

l)aeh. Kept 

45° 22' 45'' 

L'ather; lau 

3a!=e to vane, 

ling season. 



Spencer Point. — On N shore, at mouth of Great Village river. Latitucle 
45° 23' 30" N; longitude 63° 37' W ; fixed white light, visible II miles 
in clear weather; in window of a building; 35 feet al)0ve hijih water mark. 
Height of building 20 feet from biise to vane. Lit during navigation. 

Portnpiqni'. — On western liead at entrance to Portaf)ique River. Lat. 45*^ 
23' 35" N : Ion. 63° 43' 30" W. Fixed red light ; visible 6 miles in clear 
weather; lantern on a mast; 30 feet above high water; height «)f building 
from base to vane, 20 feet. Visible from all points of approach. Kept lit 
during fishing season. 

Economy. — On point of bar runnins: out from N. side of entrance to Economy 
River. Latitude 45° 22' 45" N; Ion. 63° 55' W. Fixed red light; visible- 
5 miles in clear weather; lantern on a mast; 15 feet above high water mark ; 
height of building from base to vane, 30 feet. Visible from all points of 
approach. Kept li* during fishing season. 

Advocate Harbor. — On sout!: side of entrance ; latitude, X, 45° 19' 30"; lon- 

?itude, W, 64° 47' 30" ; fixed red light; 36 feet above high water; visible 
miles; scpiare wood tower, painted white, with dwelling attached. 

Cape Sharp. — On southern extremity of Cape. Lat. 45° 21' 55" N : Ion. 64° 
23' 20" W. Fixed red light : visible 10 miles in clear weather; white, square, 
wood lighthouse, with dwelling attached; 60 feet above high water mark; 
height of building trom base to vane, 34 feet. 

Parrnboro', or Partridge Island Litjld. — W side of river; latitude 45° 23' ; 
longitude 64° 19' 5"; fixed wliite light, visible 9 miles; wliite, square tower, 
with lantern on dwelling, 37 feet above high w.iter. 

Bantam Roch Wliixtlin<i Buoy. — , mile S W of rot-ks, which lie 1', miles 
SW 1 VV from Haccaro light. Latitude, 43° 25' 38" N ; longitude, 65° 29' 
8" VV^ Red iron buoy with 10-inch whistle, whistle sounded by the motion 
of the waves. 

Brazil Rock Bxnij. — In 22 tathoms, \ mile S by AV from the rock ; b!;ick and 
red horizontal bands; iron buoy surmounted by i)eil; bell rung by motion of 
the waves; friMU the buoy Baccaro light bears N A E6 miles; Cape Sable 
light X W by W S miles. 

Spnj Bay Bell Buoy. — A bell buoy off" the entrance to Spry Bay, on the 
southern coast of Xova Scotia, as a fairway buoy. Latitude, 44° 45' 40" X; 
longitude, 62° ;)3' 20" \V. Red iron buov', with "Spry Ray " in white letters 
on the deck, and moored in 15 fithotns oft' entrance. From the buoy Taylor 
Head bears X E } X, distant 1 S 10 miles, and Maloney Rock X :] \V, distant 
2 miles. 

Li(ilithoii.<e Bank Buoy. — An iron can buoy to mark llie shoal known as 
Lighthouse Bank, which lies about 4 cables S h \V from Meaghers Beach 
Light in Halifax harbor. Latitude, 44° 35' .30'"' X; longitude. (')3° 32' W. 
The buoy is tTioored in 6 fathoms water. S W from the 2:1 fathoms line 
in the middle of the shoal. It is painted red and lettered on top " Light- 
house Bank " in white letters, and is to be left in the starboard side oit 
entering the port. 

Hen and ChickruH Buoy. — ,\ wooden spar buoy on the S W edge of the 
Hen and Chickens shoal. This shoal lies directly off" Point Pleasint, which 
divides Halifax harbor from the Xorth West arm. Latitude, 44° 36' 43" 
N ; longitude, 63° 33' 35" W. The buoy is painted red, is moored in 5 
fathoms water, and is more especially intended for the benefit of vessel- 
navigating the Xorth West arm. 

Andersoii's Hollow. — On eastern end of Government Breakwater ; latitude X 



C. E. BRAGKETT, 86 PRINCESS STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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JOSEPH THOMPSON, Practical Machinist, 48 to 58 Smyth Street, St. Joho, 

45° 37' 30"; longitude W ()4° 49' 4o'' ; fixed red light. Tower carried away 
by storm; temporary light will be shown till new tower is erected. Vessel- 
may run for harbor one hour before high water, giving light berth of 50 feet 
on ])ort hand. 

Apple Rice r.— On Cape Capstcm or Hetty Point, N entrance ; latitude 4')- 
28' 2C; longitude (54° 51' 35"; fixed wh'ite light, visible 12 miles; white 
oblong, wood, scpiare tower, surmoinited by octagonal metal lantern risini; 
from roof of dwelling. Fog alarm building, white with brown roof, wood : 
64 feet above high water mark ; height of building 45 feet from base to vane 
Fog alarm immedia ''ly E of tower. Steam fog-horn gives blasts of 14 
seconds, with interv: s (tf 4() seconds. 

New Briinswiok — Gulf of St, Lawrence. 

Bdlnnix Point Li</hf.—\VMhnvst Harbor. Latitude N 47° 40' 21"; longi- 
tude W 05'^ 33' 18"; fixed white light, dioptric; 30 feet above high water 
mark ; visible 10 miles: on east side entrance, and indicating outside limit of 
shoal off mouth of harbor. 

Foint P,'ter, on Flat KoeU, (Jaspe. Latitude 48° 37' 50", longitude G4° 9' : 
revolving red catoptric, sipiare tower, 77 feet high; visible 10 miles from all 
points se.iward ; hand liorn answers signals from vessels. 

Dallioiiaie, south side of entrance to harbor. Latitude 48° 3' 45" ; longitudi? 
■(5()° 20' 50" ; fixed white light, visible 13 miles ; white square tower 49 fet't 
above high water; seen from all points of api)roa('h. 

DoiKjIa.^ M,»'/.— Latitude 48° 4' 25"; longitude (!G° 21' 30"; fixed white 
catoptric light; sipia re white tower, 30 ft. above high water iriark; visible 6 mi le>. 

Ikdhonxic Jiaiiqe LighU. — Front Tower on public wharf; fixed white light; 
Latitude N 48° 4' 25'"'; longitude W G(>° 22' 25"; back tower on Montgomery 
Island; front tower 3(1 feet, and back tower 34 feet above high water. 

Heron Isldud, Chaletu" Bay. — Latitude 48° : longitude G()° 8'; fixed whiii 
light, visil)le 15 miles: white s(piare tower, GG feet above high water, visibk 
from all points seaward. 

Petit Jiorlur. on LIm Tree Point. Latitude 47°48' 3!)"; longitude 65° 43' 13": 
fixed white light, visible 12 miles; white s(piare tower 3G feet above hiu! 
water mark. 

Bathnrsi^ (m Caron's Point. Latitude 47° 39' 20" ; hmgitude 65° 36' 40" 
two fixetl lights — one red, one white; white visible 10 miles ; red visible li 
miles; white, 33, red 43 feet above high water ; range lights to guide vessel- 
into the harbor. 

Coinpbelltoit Raiuje Lir/hfx. Front tower on })ier beside railway wharf; iM 
feet above hiuh water; back towi-ron Mofiat's wharf; fixed white light, 24 fc: 
above high water; latitude N 48° 0' 50" ; longitude W 66° 39' 55". 

Oimqiu't, on Island, Bay of Chaleur. Latitude 47° 49' 30"; hmgitude M 
54' 10"; fixed white light, visible 14 miles; white, square tower on dwelling 1 
feet above high water. 

Little Bdtrdnne Point. Latitude 47° 55' 10" ; longitude 65° 53' 25" ; a ma-; 
38 feet high, with white shed at base, fixed wliite dioptric; visible 11 mile- 

Goone Lake, west side of Miscou Island. Latitude 47° 55' 40"; longituii. 
04° 35' 40" ; revolving white light every minute ; white square tower, 40 fir 
abov high water; visil)le 10 miles. 

Bl<l Shippenan, Alexander Point. Latitude N 47° 43' 30" ; longitude W 'U 
39' 10"; fixed white catoptric light, 32 feet above high water, visible I 
iiiiles; square white tower. 



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tower 49 feet 

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isibleBmilt - 

white liglit : 

Montgomery 

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water, visiliK 

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guide vessti- 

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Light-houses — Gulf of 8t. Lawrence. 
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Shipperjan (ridhf. — New Lights. — There are two lights at this station known 
as Indian Point.' Latitude >" 47°4:}MO'^; longitude VV 04° 40' :iO'^ The 
front light is a fixed red, 28 feet above high water mark, lantern hoisted on a 
mast, visible 4 miles. The back light is located 444 feet N .'{1° lo' VV from 
front one ; visible 11 miles. 

Mixcnii hhind liirch I'oint. Latitude 48° T; Ion. (14° 29' 2.')'^; revolving 
wiiite, 4 Hashes at intervals of lo seconds, followed by eclipse of 30 seconds; 
complete revolution in 1 j .'n'putes; visible 14 miles ; white octagonal tower^ 
79 feet above high water. 

Miscall Foil Aliirm. — Steam fog whistle, 107 yards E from lighthouse, 
goiuids blast 5 sei^onds every half minute. 

Pokemuuc.hr.— Lfititnde 47° 40' 10" ; longitude (54° 40'; fixed green light, 
visible 8 miles ; while s(piare lower with dwelling attached, 35 feet above high 
water. Kange to guide to can buov at passage over bar. 

PohemoHche Giill!/.--27() feet S In- VV ':] W from main light. Latitude 47° 
4Um 10s; longitude \V 04° 40m ; fixed red light, and buoys; visible 5 miles. 

South Tracaflie—'S. side of gully; lat. 47° 30 05, Ion. 04° 52 10; fixed red 
light, visible 8 miles; red, scjuare, wood tower. 

North Trucadie—Miun light on sand flat on N. side of gully ; lat. 47° 40 10, 
Ion. 04° 40 ; fi.xed white light, visible 11 miles; white, square, wood tower. 
Front light on X. side of gully, 202 feet SL ', .S from main light ; fixed white 
light, visible 6 miles; lantern on mast, with shed at base, the whole painted 
white. To enter bring the lights in one NW ] X, and foil )W buoyed channel, 
hauling gradually round close inside S. vSand Beach. 

Lover NeyiKic, Wharf — On public wharf, about 00 feet from its end ; latitude 
47° 15 40, longitude 05° 2 35; fixed red light, visible 8 miles; lantern on a 
mast, with white shed at base; and on the beach 1080 feet XXW i W from 
front light, fixed white light, visible 10 miles; white, square wood, lantern 
red. Alignment guides over the bars inside Xeguac gully; outer light leads 
to wharf. 

Neguac, on X E side of Gully. Latitude 47° 14' 40"; longitude^ 05° 0' 
22 "; fixed red light, lantern on a mast, with white shed at base. Main light 
900 feet N b_v E from front light; fixed while, visible 11 miles; white scjuare, 
wood, lantern on a mast, 32 feet above high water. Alignment guides to buoy 
mnrking crossing of bar. 

Portage Muni, near south point of Island. Lat 47° 9' 45'^; long 65° 2' 38" ; 
fixed white light, visible 12 miles ; white lower, 45 feet above high water. 

Hag Island Range Lighti^, two Kange Lights ujK)n Hay Island, Miramichi 
Bav, to enable vessels, in seeking shelter, to clear the })ointof the shoal oft' the 
east end of the Island. Latitude X 47° 13' 54"; longitude W 65° 3m 46s; 
the front light is fixed white catoptric, exhibited from a lantern hoisted on a 
mast 15 feet high : it is elevated 23 feet above high water, and should be vis- 
ible 10 miles: at the base of the mast is a small shed j)ainted red. The back 
light is distant 224 feet from the front one : it is fixed white cato»Hric, elevated 
30 feet above high water, and should be visible 11 miles: the Luilding is a 
square wooden tower, 21 feet high from base to vane, and is painted white. 

Oak Point, ivo/(^— Miramichi Bay. Latitude X 47° 7' 22" ; longitude W 
&o° ly 42". One fixed white light, 43 feet above high water ; visible 10 
miles. Lantern hoisted on a mast, with white shed at base — all supported on 
trestle work. 

Oak Point, Back. — 1800 feet N E by E from front light; one fixed Avhite 



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Shoes of all Kinds, WATERBURY & RISING, 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 

light, 48 feet above liii,'l» water; liinleni hoisteil on a m;iHt, with white shed at 
base— all supported on trestle work; visible 10 miles. 

Hhddrake, Ixldinl, Miraniiclii Hay. Latitude 47^ 5' .'{()", longitude 0')° \9^ ; 
two lixed white lights on masts, with shed at base ; (piarter mile apart, viHibk' 
K 12 and W 10 miles; 45 and 35 feet aliove hij^di water; range lightH. 

(franftt Jimcli, Miramichi Hay. Latitude 47" 5' 7"; longitude _ 05° 2!^ 
45"; two lixed white lights, bearing S \V and N K from each other, visible 10 
miles; both lights are lanterns hoisted on a mast, with white shed at base, 
supported on trestle work, 120 and 140 feet above high water. 

Middle Inland, Miramichi Bay. Latitude 47° .'V 28"; longitude 05° 27^ 
inast, with shed at base; fixed white light, 44 feet above high water; visible 
11 miles. 

ycwmdle Lii/ht, on Lime Kiln IJank. Latitude N 47° Om 45s ; longitude 
W 05° 33m 40s ; fixed red dioptrie, 87 feet above higli water ; visible 9 miles ; 
•square, wooden tower, while, with red roof 

Jim/ du Vin hlund. Front light on W end of Island, baek light 1,222 feet 
N K i)y E from front light; latitu<le N 47"" 5m 7s; longitude W 05° Om 53s. 
Two tixed while lights visible li) and 1 1 (niles, 30 and 42 feet above high water ; 
bolh lights are laiuerns on mast; red shed at base. 

Fox. hlnnd, nortii west point of Island. Latitude 47° 1' 55" ; longitude 65'' 
2' 0"; three lixed wiiile lights, visible 8 miles. One of the lights is situated 
within 100 feel of the most northern point of the Island : it is 47 feet above 
liigh water, and has a post 40 feet high. Seeond light is 1051 feet S P] | K 
from the first naiiu'd, and will be 4(1 feet above high water, with a post 38 feet 
iiigh. Third light is !)54 feet S \V by W I VV from the first named, and 30 
;'eet above high water, with a post 28 feet high; latitude 47° 7' 52^^ ; longi- 
r.ude 05° '1' 15". The lirst and second in line range N W A ^' into the 
Horseshoe Channel. The liist and third in line range N E by E | K 
through Portage island Channel. The second and third in line range W by 
X •] N leading to the ujtper buoy of Horseshoe Shoal. 

Fox hland, east end, or Swashway ; latitude 47° 0' 40"; longitude 04° 59' 
50''; two fixed while lights, visible 12 miles; white tower, 47 and 72 feet 
above high water mark ; range lights to guide vessels through the Swashway 
Channel. 

Miramiclil Bcu/ Liyht Ship, Horseshoe Bar, between Fox and Portage Island. 
Latitude 47° 8' 14" ; hmgitiide 05° 4' 3" ; fixed red light, visible 8 miles ; 35 
feet above high water. A schooner-rigged ship. 

Pokesiulie—y E Point of Island. Latitude 47° 49' 10'^ X; longitude 64= 
44'' 40''' \V; fixed white light; visible 11 miles; 41 feet above high water 
mark. 

Harper's Point. — At western entrance to Little Shippegan. Lat. 47° 54' N, 
Ion. 04° 35' \\ ; fixed white lii;ht ; visible six miles in clear weather; lantern 
on a mast, with white shed at l)ase, standing on a crib; 38 feet above high 
•water mark; height of building from base to vane, 25 feet. 

Prcs/oft's />'m^A, Miramichi Bay. Latitude 47° 4' 47" ; longitude 64° 54' 
•58" ; two fixed white lights, visible 10 miles, 52 and 00 feet above high water; 
white beacons; range lights. 

Fscaminac, on Point. Lat. 47° 4' 32" ; l<m. 04° 47' 33" ; fixed white light, 
visible 14 miles; white tt)wer, 00 feet above high water. A steam fog horn 
situated 240 feet N X \V of the lighthouse, sounds blasts of seconds duration, 
with intervals of 35 seconds. 



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lute light, 
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LKJHT-HOrSKH— Gl'LF OF St. LaWKKNCK. Z^ 

Shoes of all Kinds. WATERBURY & RISING, 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 

liichibacto Ifrad, on I leadland. I.atitiide 46° 39' 40" ; longitude 64° 42' 30" ; 
Hxed white liglit, visibU' 14 miles; white s(|uare towi-r, 70 feet above high 
wilier. 

Richihiictd Jfarbor lltfuije Lij/hlx, two range light towers, elose to the present 
<lay beacons upon the South lieach, at the i'ntrancc to the Ilirhibucto Kivei-. 
Tlie front building is on thi' outside of the bank, S beach ; while scpiare tower, 
33 feet high to vane on lantern ; latitude x\ 46° 4-J' 50" ; longitude W ((4° 45' 
IV ; the light is lixed white catoptric, elevated 40 feet above high wal«'r mark, 
and should be visible 12 ndles. The back tower is distant SW by \V •] W 32(> feet 
from the fiont one; it is an open white s<piare tower, I.") feet high to vane on 
lantern; the light is fixed red catoptric, elevated 44 feet above high water 
nuirk, and should be visible 12 miles. These two lights are intended to 
replace the day beacons, and in one lead through the chamiel over the bar at 
the mouth of the river. 

liuetoiicltr Inner /vi///(/.s.— Latitude N 46° 29' 35" ; longitude W 64° 40' .30". 
Front light elose to shore road, on Indian or (.'luu'ch I'oint, is a Hxed white 
light on white scpiare wood tower, with red roof, 2.3 feet above high water mark, 
visible 9 miles. H.inge lights visible in direction of ranire, replacing former 
day beacons. Hack liglit (1.9S0 ft N N W 1 \V from front one) is a fixed white 
light on white scpiare wood tower, with red roof, 5.') ft above high water mark, 
visible 12 miles. Lead iiUo harbor through deepest channel, clear of all ob- 
structions, from line of range of Dixon's I'oint lights to where channel turns 
abruptly to westward to enter Buctouche river. 

Buctuuche Riinge Liyhtt^. — Built on line of former dav beacons to guide into 
Buctouche Harbor; latitude N 4<i° 27m 40s; longitude" W 64° 38m 50s. Fnmt 
light fixed white, white stpiare wood tower, on Dixon's Point, 36 ft above high 
water mark, visible 11 miles. Back light 1,050 f t N W by \V from front light; 
is a fixed white light on white scjuare wood tower, 41 ft above high water 
mark; visible 12 miles. 

Cassk's Point, on Point; latitude 46° 19' 24"; longitude <i4° .30' 40", 
revolving white light every I'.alf minute, visible 14 miles; white sijuare tower; 
47 feet ttbove high water, 

Skediac yorth Channel. -On northernmost part of Point du Chene ; latitude 
46° J4' 43", longitude 64° 30' 48"; also one 602 feet S W by S from front 
light, both fixed red; visible 7 miles; lanterns on masts, with white sheds at 
buses. To enter, keep this alignment until Shediac Island lights are brought 
in one. 

Shediac Jsland. — Front light on E shore, near S end of island ; latitude 46° 
15' 32", longitude 64° 31' 57"; back light about 619 feet W by N ,'; N from 
front; both fixed white lights, visible 11 and 12 miles; while, sipiare, wood; 
lanterns red ; range lights. The alignment should be ke{)t until the Point du 
Chene lights are brought in one. 

Shediac Harbor. — On X W corner of Point du Chene government break- 
water ; latitude 46"^ 14' .39", longitude 64° 31' 41"; also near extremity of 
south railway wharf, 6;)1 feet S \V | S from front ; both fixed white lights, 
visible 6 miles ; on iron masts, with sheds at ba,ses. Alignment gives middle 
ol channel from intersection with iShediae Island range to the wharves. 

Jourimaiu, on E end of Island. Latitude 46° 9' 42" ; longitude 63° 48' 20"; 
revolving white light every 10 seconds, visible 14 miles ; white octagonal tower, 
72 feet above high water; visible over an arc of 229° 47' from S 54° 47' E 
round bv W to N 5° W. 



C E. BRAGKETT, 86 PRINCESS STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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Li(}HT-ii(>UMi:.M— KAKri'ouT to Boston. 



Shoes of all Kinds, WATERBURY & RISING. 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 

Uiiit<'(l States - Fiastport to Hostoii. 

[Sen Coast Ij>,'lits ari' (listiiiumislu'il iVdin IImiIm)!- Li^'lits liy tlii' latitiido mikI 
l(iiij;itii(U' licinK >,'ivi'n. Sailing I >iii'(tiniis aro also kIvimi, not true nautical, 
liiit acconliug to general compass <'uurses and bearings.] 

Wfnt q,u>ihhj Llijht. Latitude 44° 48' .>)'' N; hmgitnde 66° 57M^' W; 
tower of I nick", painted with red and white horizontal stripes, connected with 
dwelling house hy workroom; lixed white light, visiltle llj miles; situated 
on tin west side ("»t' ihe entrance to Ivislport and the St. (!roix Kivcr, via Lubcc 
Narrow-. l'"air anehoraue in Westt^uoddy Uay 1 mili' X \V by N from the en- 
trance. Tin Narrows have lately lu-en dreclgcd to a depth of 12 teet at low water, 
the Channel being '_'U(I feet wide; but strangers should not attetnpt to pass 
through without a pilot. West (^uoddy steam fog signal .'5 blasts u minute, 
viz : Blast .'i seconds, interval 7 seconds; blast ;>, interval 22 sec'onds ; blast o, 
interval 22 seconds. Sail llock, a dry ledge, lies J of a mile from this Light, 
.lud when the tide is rumnng should be carefully avoided. 

Luhec. ClKiiiiirl Liijld, aln nt one mile to tlie southward of Lubec, oji westerly 
edge of the dredged channel from (^uoddy Itoads t<» liUbec, Nie.; flasliin<: 
white eveiy lo seconds ; visible 12,' nautical miles; gui<le to Lubec Narrows 

MorUm lA'dtje. Morton's Kock ; red nun i)Uoy 2nd class. About 100 feet 
SW of the rock, which is small, with but 4 feet at low water; deep water all 
around, (iOO feet off. 

Littii Jliri'r Liiilit, on an Ishmd at the mouth of Little River Harbor; tower 
white, attached to Keeper's dwelling ; tixcd white light varied by a flash Im 
30s ; visible \'A miles ; seen iVom N K by K ] K, via eastward to south. Also, 
fog bell, struck by machinery every ;5(i seconds. Latitude 44° 39' 03'^ N: 
longitude (i7° 11' 34" \V. iiood anchorane for a small number of vessels just 
inside the Island. To enter harbor pass to eastward of the light, leaving a 
spar buoy on starboard. 

Litttf liifrr AnloiiHttic Wliistliin/ Buoy. — The buoy bears from Little River. 
Light S K by E, \ mile in deep water, as a guide tt) Little River. 

ijihhii Nund L!<ilit, on S W end of Libbv Island, at mouth of Machias Rav 
and River: latituile 44*^ 34' C" N; longitude (17° 22' 4" \V; grey tower; fixeij 
white light, visible lo'i miles. Island is divided in two parts, with the Light 
situated on the S \V end of the western part. To enter the harbor via eastern 
entrance, get Avery's Rock Light to bear N by K and run for it, leaving it 
handy >n starboard hand, then N by K ', K, to ,a high, bluff" woody Island, 
wliich leave not less than ! of a mile on the port hand, then N \ W half .-. 
mile and anchor. In using liiis Channel, keep a sharp look out for the eastern 
end of Libby Island, wliicli runs low, and extends 1 mile K N K from th» 
Light, and for Cross Islnnd Ledges, wliich make off from Cross Island oi, 
your starboard, and off which is a red can buoy. The Channel here is about 
a mile wide. To enter via western entnii'ico : Pass Libby Island Light a fail 
berth on your starboard hand, and get it to bear S S \V half a mile, then run 
N K by K until Avery's Roek bears N by K, then continue as via easteri 
entrance. A steam fog whistl", located on the extreme SW end of the Island 
gives in thick weather blasts cif 2 seconds' duration, separated by silent inter- 
vals of VA .seconds. If tic whistle l)ecomes disabled, a bell will be struck by 
hand. 

Airry's liocl; in Machias liay, near inouth of River; tower built from the 
top of keeper's dwelling, painted white; fixed red light, visible 8i miles 
Bell struck by machinery every 11 seconds during foggy weather. 



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Union Sts. 



GRANITE AMD TIN WARE IN GREAT VARIETY AT HORNCASTLE'S. 



titiide Mini 
e luiulical. 



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c'cteil willi 
< ; Hituatt'd 

via Lubec 
om llu' en- 

IdW water, 
ipt to pass 
> a niiiuiti', 
Is ; blast 'A, 
this Ligiit. 

>n westerly 
>.; Hashing 
.• Narrows, 
.ut 100 feet 
p water all 

hor ; tower 
a flash lin 
nth. Also, 
t)' O'.V _N : 
vessels just 
, leaving a 



tfixiHdbec lU'ncli Liijlil ( >n north side fiisteriy ciitraiKt' In Ixeaeli ; fixed red 
lens lantern, suspended from red irnii spindle ; lij^ht nuiiiitaincd nnly during 
heascn of navigation. 

Mons,pr,d- Lujhl. Latitude 44" 'l^' 28" N; longitude 07' :!1' oT" W; 
white low r, white flash light, .'!<» sreonds hetween liashes, vi^ihle 14 mil<-. 
Mistake Ishnid is to the noithwt'st side of cntiiuici' to Hay of I''unily. j-'or 
entering .Mo(iNt'|»cak hai'hor, leave the light a fair hertli on your port hand, 
and steer ahoiit a N W eoursf 1 mile, keeping midway lietween the shores on 
either hand, and as soon as passing through th<' .Narrows haul towaitis tlie 
y E a few lengths and aiK hor. There is another snuUI harl)or aliout N N K, 
1] miles from the light, called the Cow Yard. From Moost-petik Light, 
Jjhhy Island hears NL hy K \ L. tl miles, i'etit M<iian Light W ,' S, lo;] miles. 

Modnrpi'itk Aulomntic l!iii>i/, in deep water, off .Moosepeak light; works hy- 
aetion <tf the sea ; often iu-ard 4 milis; lU-aringsMoosi-pcak light hears X 
hy W 2 miles, Petit .Menan Ledge W , S I") miles, I'etit Menau llglil VV lo 
miles, Libhy island light j K 'J miles. 

Ndtilic.'! IxIiiikI Lii/lil : white tower; lixed red li^ht, visible 111 miles. Ti> 
enter Moosaliec Keacli, west eiitiaiiee, leave liiilit on starlioard hand ; also, a 
guide to IMeasant Kiver. 

Ndrnif/iKif/iis Liylif ; in top of a white dwelling ho\ise ; lixed white light, 
visible lli; miles. Located on Pond Island, at port hand side of entrance to 
Narraguagus Pay and iMillbridge. Hell struck by hand to answer signals in 
thick weather. 

I'rtit .]fni,tt, Llyht ; on Petit Menan lslan<l. Latitude 44° 22' '.V X ; lon- 
gitude 07" 51' oV \y. Tall grey tower; white li^dit, varied by a flash once 
in two nnnntes, visible 10 miles. This light is a warning ayainst dangerous 
shoals, of which Petit Menan Ledge, or South ICast ilreaker, bears S S E 31 
miles, on which is feet at low water, (Iron Nun liuoyl painted vertically 
red and black stripes. Sims' liock bears S .1 V. 2 miles; 9 feet at low water. 



ittle River. M (g^.^,. I5i„,y). Til)bett's ledge bears K by N :> miles, 9 feet at low water: 



aehias Hay 
owev; fixed 
li the Light 

via eastern 
, leaving it 
odv Island, 

\ W half ;■• 

the eastern 
E from the 
< Island 01', 
ere is about 
Light a fail 
le, then n\v 

via easteri. 

the Island 
silent inter- 
)e struck by 

ilt from the 
e 8i miles 



no 
buoy. On Petit Menan there is also a steam fog alarm giving two blasts a 
minute; intervals between blasts S and 42 seconds; heard S miles. A danger- 
ous neighborhood for strangeis. 

Peiil Menmi Whi^tlin<i Ihunj \ painted reil ; P ^I in black letters marked on. 
it. This huoy is placeil half way l)etween Sims' Kock buoy and Petit Menan. 
Reef bu( y. Nash Island light l>ears from this buoy N 10 [; K 8', miles; Petit. 
Menan lighthouse N i; E 1 mile; Schoodic whistling buoy W ] N 7| miles. 

l-'roKpect Harbor Licflit ; on the eastern side of entrance to Prospect llarbcr. 
White tower, siiowinga flashing wA and white light, visible 11 '[ miles. In run- 
ning for the Harbor, Itriiig the light to bear N .] E; but it is a dangerous 
locality for strangers; hand bell rung in answer to sigiuils; latitude 44"^ 24' 
12" N ; longitude 08° OU' 48^' \V. 

ScQoddc Point WItiHilhvi liiunj ; painted red. Egg Rock Light House bears 
from this buoy NW ', W, o miles; Petit Menan Light House E ;■ N, 7:[ miles. 
This buoy bears SSW 1; of a mile from south end of Scoodac Island. Sounds 
by motion of the sea, giving from 20 to oO blasts per minute. 

WinU'r Harbor Liylit ; white tower ; ti.ved white light, visible 1 1 ', miles. On 
south point of Mark Island, western entrance to harbor, leave on port hand ; 
al;3o guide to Winter and Mosquito harbors; iiand bell rung in answer to signals. 

E(/(j Hock LiijJit ; on Egg Rock, in Erenchman's Bay. White tower, 
rising from the middle of a scpuire white dwelling. Fixed red light, visible 
8.] miles. Fog bell struck by machinery, a double blow every 20 seconds. 

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jrHORNCASTLE & COm 22 and 46 MAIN STREET, ST. JOHN, 

Bearings— Bur Harbor bears NW :] N 'M miles; Baker's Island bears S\V by 



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Baf-ers Maud Llyht ; lat. 44° 14' 29'^ N ; Ion. 68° 1 K 58^^ W ; white tower, 
connected with keeper's house; iixed white light, varied by a white flash 
everv 90 seconds; on liaker's Island, off' Mount Desert ; a guide to Cranberry 
Island, north east and south west iiarbors. On entering either of these, leave 
light on port hand; but ingoing to Bass harbor leave it on starboard hand 
1 (idle. Bearings — Bass IIarl)or Head bears VV | N, 5 miles ; Mount Desert 
Kock bears S ] \V, 18 nules; Petit Menan Light bears K by N \ N, 16 miles. 

Baker's Maud WhMimi Buoy; painted red and black horizontal stripes. 
Letters B I marked on it in white. Baker's Island Light House bears hmn 
tlus buoy NNW ]\V li ndles; Bass Harbor Head Light House WNVV t W 
6j miles; Scoodae Whistliiig Buoy X E by E :,' E 8ij miles. This buoy is a 
guide to Frenchman's B,iy, Southwest Harbor, or Bass Harbor. 

yortk East Harbor Li;i'ht ; tower painted brown, with black lantern ; fixed 
white iighl, visible 14 miles, on Bear Island ; a guide to N E harbor by leaving 
it on the slarboan' hand. 

Biu^s Harbor Head and Li(/ht ; tower painted white; fixed red light, visible 
Similes; northeast sidi of entr'uice to Bass Harbor and Blue Hill Bay, 
Mount Desert ; a bell struck by hand to answer signals. To enter Blue Hill 
Bay and Bass Harbor bring this light within the bearings of W by N i| N and 
N W, and run for it, leaving the light loO yards on starboard hand, to cross 
the bar in best water (10 feet at low water). When the light bears N by E 
you are in best water on the l)ar. If bound to Bass Harbor, when the light 
bears N K | of a mile steer N 1 \V into the harbor, keeping the starboard 
liand shore witliin ', of a mile to clear Weaver Ledge, and anchor at will. 

Great Duck Island L>(ihi ; on the southern extremity of Great Duck Island, 
Me., fiasinng revl everv 10 seconds; also steam whistle blasts, 3 sec. intervals 
17 sec; lat. 44° 8' ^2/'; Urn. 68° 14' 47"; light visible 13:] nules. 

Mould Desert Bock ; latitude 43° oSm 8s ; longitude 68° 7m 44s ; grey towers 
tixed white light, visible round entire horizon 14', miles; 3rd class Daboll 
trumpet, blasts 7 seconds, silent intervals 40 seconds. If trumpet be disabled 
a bell will be rung by hand. Bearings — Baker's Island bears N | E, 18 
miles; IVtit Menan light l)ears N E A E, '2(') miles; Moosepeak bears N E by 
E 1 E, 38 miles; Miitinicus light W , !S, 34 miles. Vessels bound to St. John 
will run ENE straight uj> l)etween (Irand Manan and the American shore. 

Burnt Coat Harbor L'ujht ; fixed white light, visible 14i miles; on south- 
west side of Swan's Island. To enter iiarbor, bring the light to bear N E ,' 
N, and run for it until ipiite close aboard, then haul to E by N about 4 of a 
nule to anchorage. 

Eggemof/ijin Light ; white tower ; fixed white light, visible 9 miles ; on Green 
Island, at entrance to Eggemoggin Reach; also, guide to F^llsworth. 

Saddlr-JiacL Ligid ; tower, upper part, grey ; lower l>art, white; on an Islet 
near 8 W end of Isle an Haute; a guide to Isle au Haute Bay, and to East 
Penobscot Bay; fixeil white light, visible 12;| miles; leave on port hand lair 
berth and steer N \ W for Eagle Herd Light; dangerous ledges for nearly 
the whole distance between this light and Carver's harbor. 

Mark Island Light, >n\ an Islancl at the western entrance to Deer Island 
Thoroughfare, or to Merchants' Row; white tower; fixed white light, visible 
12] miles. This station is in Isle au Haute Bay, bearing about N N E from 
Saddle-Back 4 miles. To enter Thoroughfare, leave light on starboard hand ; 
to enter Merchant's Row, leave it on the port hand. 



FEATHERS DTED ALL SHADES, 



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SELL THE PUREST AND BEST PAINTS AND OILS. 



rs SW by 

lite tower, 
hite flash 
[Cranberry 
lese, leave 
•artl hand 
nit Desert 
16 miles, 
al stripes, 
ears fro«n 
^NVV I W 
bnoy is a 

;rn ; iixed 
)y leaving 

ht, visible 
Hill Bav, 

Bine Hill 
S if N anil 
,d, to cross 
[•s N by E 
11 the light 

starboard 
t will, 
ii'k Island, 
, intervals 

rev towers 
iss Daboll 
)e disabled 
N 1 E, 18 
rs N E by 

St. John 

1 shore, 
on sonth- 

ear N E ( 
ont i of a 

on Green 

on an Islet 
nd to East 
t hand fair 
for nearly 

leer Island 

;lit, visible 

N E from 

)ard han<l ; 



Herons Neck Light, on the sontli point of Green Island, the most southern 
one of the Fox Islands; a gnide to Carver's Harbor and to Hurricane Sound ; 
wiiite tower, iixed red liglit; visible 8-] miles. 

Goose Rucka Light ; On Goose Uocks Ledge, on Northerly side of Main 
Easterly entrance to Fox Island Thoroughfare, Me. Fixed red with fixed 
white sector ; the white can be seen when bearing from N VV i| W to N W i| N. 
When approacldng from tlie eastward, the white must be kept in sight until 
nearly up with, then left (m starboard side. Bearings and distances of promi- 
nent objects from the light as follows: Trvpod on Channel Rock S E by E 
t^ E, 1 mile; Bell Buoy on Channel Rock, S E ^ E, 1 l-lti miles; FlagStafion 
Hospital Widows' Ishmd, S by W, o-l(!th of a mile. 

Eagle Head Light, on Eagle Island, at the head of Isle an Haute Bay ; guide 
to the N Vj entrance to Penobscot Bay. \'essek' on entering will leave Saddle 
Back on the [)ort hand and lun straight for Eagle Heiul, leaving it on the port 
side; white tower; tixed white light; visible 16 miles. 

Pmnpkiii Ixldml ; white tower; fixed white light, visible 12 miles ; a guide 
to Eggemoggin Reach from the west; leave it on the starbf)ard hand. 

Dicers Head: white tower; fixed white light, visible \1\ miles; north side 
of entrance to Castiiie Harbor, Maino. 

Fort Point Light : white tower; tixed white light, visible lo miles, on Old 
Fort Point; left liand side of entrance to Penobscot River. 

(irindeVs Point ; white tower; Iixed while light, visil)le 11.] miles ; on the 
north side of entrance to (iilkey's Harbor, on Long Island, Penobscot Bay. 

Negro Idand Light ; white tower; fixed white light, visible 12^ miles; at 
so>Uh si(K'^ of entrance to Camden Harbor. 

Indian hinnd Light ; white tower ; fixed red light, visible 8.] miles ; east 
side of entrance to Rockport Harbor, Penobscot Bay. Latitude, 44° 9^ 55^^ 
X ; longitude, 69° [V 'IW W. Hand bell rung in answer to signals. 

Browiix LL'ad lAght ; white tower, attached to Keeper's dwelling; fixed 
white light, but sliowing red between tlie bearings S W by W :] \V and W by 
S .) S, visible 111 miles. In entering Fox Island Thoroughfare from the 
bay, keep in the red light to clear the Fid(Uer and the Bay Ledges. Situated 
on western side of Fox Island, and at cast side of western entrance to 
Tlioroughfare. It is extinguished when Thoroughfare is closed by ice. Lati- 
tude 44° ()iu 42s N, longitude ()^° o4m 36s W. 

OwVs Head Light ; white tower; fixed white light, visible 15j miles; guide 
to Rockland harbor; also f(^ vessels bound up or down western Penobscot Bay. 
Fog bell struck bv machinery every 15 seconds. Latitude 44° TV 32^^ N ; 
longitude 6')° 2m 40s W. 

White Head Light; latitude, 43° 58m 43s X; longitude, 69° 7m 30s W ; 
grey tower, connected with white dwelling; fixed white light, visible 14', 
miles; on east end of Whitehead Island, western entrance to Penobscot Bay; 
also a steam fog alarm, giving a Idast of 4 seconds' duration, followed by 
itUerval of 26 seconds. 

South Hrraker Bell Boat; painted red; \ mile S by W :| W. In running 
for White Hetnl to be left on starl)oar(l hand. 

Matinicn.^ Lijht. Two Iixed white lights, visible 15', miles. Also, a 12 inch 
steain fog whistle, sounding blasts of 5 seconds diu-ation with intervals of 25 
seconds. Located on Maliuicus Rock. Latitude, 43° 47M''' N; longitude, 
Ii8° or 20'' W, Bearings— Mount Desert Rock bears E ', N, 33 miles; Mon- 
heigan Light Inars W by N 21 m. Course to Portland Head, W :| N, 64 m. 

Motiheigaii Liqht ; latitude 43° 45m 53s N; longitude 60° 18m 50s W; grey 

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tower: wliitellasli liglit, visil)le 191 miles, flasliing once a minute; on Mouliei- 
gan Island. Hearings— Matinieus bears E by S, 21 miles ; .Seguin Light bears 
W il N, 20 miles; White Head Light bears' N E :| E, LS miles. Als(., on 
Manana Island, near Monheigan, a first class Daboll triun})et, giving a blast 
of 15 seconds duration, at intervals of 40 seconds. 

Duck Rock Whistle Baoij ; is N from Manancus fog whistle stations Im., and 
] of mile N N W from beacon on Duck Rocks. This buoy is a guide to clear 
buck Kock in running for White Hd. Leave on starboard hand of Blk. Pt. buoy. 

Tenant' a Harbor LUjht ; white tower; fixed red light, visible l.'J.l miles, Hash- 
ing red every minute; on end of Southern Island, entrance to Tenant's Har- 
bor. (Only used by small vessels). 

Port Clyde; white and grey tower; fixed white light, visible 10 miles; on 
Marshall's Point, east side of entrance to Herring (hit, 8t. (leorge, Maine. 

Franklin Light ; white towtr; fixed white light, varied by a white fla.-^h 
every 00 seconds ; on Franklin Island; a guide to vessels entering Thoma — 
ton, Me.; leave it on starboard hand going in. 

Peinaqmd Point; white tower; fixed white light, visible 14j miles; west 
side of entrance to Bristol Bay, and east side of entrance to John's Bay. 

Townsend or Burnt hUnid i,ic/A/— Fixed red, with two white sectors; south- 
east white sector between NW .] N and NW by N ]- N ; southerly white sector 
between N :[ E and N by E ; E. Entering harbor keep in white sector. 

Bantam Ledyc. — A whistling buoy, painted red, with the letters " B. L." in 
black, moored in 18 fathoms, Bantam Ledge bearing N, if of a mile distant. 
It is a guide past Bantam Ledge and into Boothbay Har. from the southward. 

Ram Inland Li;/hi ; on Kam Island, at eastern entrance to Boothbay, Me. 
Fixed red light with two fixed white sectors; easterly white sector between 
W 1 N and W :, N; westerly white sector between X E ', X and X E by E 
:; E. Latitude, 4;;° 48m 14s'X ; longitude. 69° o5m r)4s. 

Hipocritf. Bell Buoy ; } of mile oil" Xorth end of llipocrite Ledge, Ram 
Island Light. Bears from buoy W X W ;} W .] mile X E, Point White 
Island S S E .J E J' of mile. To be left (m port hand running for Ram Island 
passage to Townsend. 

The CuckoUrs Bell Bnoi/ ; iiainted black; off south end of Cuckold's dry 
ledges, .J mile from Trypod Beacon on the ledges. To be left on port hand m 
running from Seguin for Townsend Harbor ; bearings from bell boat, Ram 
Island Lighthouse, X' E by E I E, the Cuckold's Beacon X"^ by E. 

/)rto;/t 7>'/// /i/i/ra/(w —Fog signal stations on the Cuckolds. During thici 
and foggy weather a Daboll triuni)et will be sounded at the fog signal station 
recently erected on the highest i)art of the most easterly Cuckolds. The 
tnmipet will sound blasts of 15 seconds duration, separated by silent intervals 
of 40 seconds. 

Sheepmttt Lii/ht ; white tower; white flashlight, visible 12 miles, flashing 
twice a minute; on Hendrick's Head, on the east side of Sheepscott Bay, and 
entrance to Sheepscott River; guide to Southport and Wiscasset. 

Kennebec Lif/ht ; on Pond Island, at entrance to the Kennebec Riveiv 
White tower; fixed white light, visible 13 miles. Also, a bell struck liy 
machinery 8 times a minute. Tiiis light will be left on the port hand by 
vessels entering the Kennebec River. 

Seyuin Liuht ; latitude 415° 42m 2()s X; longitude G9° 45m 32s W; grev 
tower ; fixed white light of the first order, visible 19] miles ; on Seguin Island, 
off the mouth of the Kennebec River; to enter (he river, leave the ligiit on 
the starboard hand, and run for Pond Island. Also, a steam fog whistle, sound- 

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Mouliei- 
2;lit bears 
Also, on 
g a ))last 

Im., and 
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Pt.buoy. 
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[aine. 
[lite fla.-^h 
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mg tbick 
station 
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intervals 



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ing blasts of S seconds duration at intervals of 52 seconds. Bearings — Halt- 
way Rock liglit beais \V , N, 18 miles; Pond Island ligbt bears X, 11 miles; 
I'ape Elizal)etb i)ears W by S, 22 miles; Monbeigan ligbt bears E o S, 20 miles. 

Half- \V(ui Jlurk- Lif/ht; latitude 43= o9m 22s N ; longitude 70° 2m 14s W ; 
grey tower: lixed white ligbt. varied In* a red llasb every 1)0 seconds; on 
Half- Way Rock, Casco Bay. Bearings — Segiiin ligbt bears E i N, 12'| miles; 
Little M;"irk Island Monument, N by K I K, 8^ miles; Portbuid Head Liglit, 
W s S, l'] miles; ( 'ape Eiiznhetb Ligbt, "W 8 W, southerly. 8,; miles. 

Half -WiUI Rock WluHlUiKj Ihunj; [laiuted rt'd. H;ilf-Way Rock ligbtbouse 
bears X from tbe buoy one mile. Tliis is a guide in running from Portland 
from tbe eastward. 

Portland Head LUjht ; lai. 43° 87m 2;5s N ; Ion. 70° 12m 30s W : wbite tower; 
fixed wbite ligbt, visible lo:; m. ; oil west side of entrance to Portland Harbor. 
Also, a DaboU's air trumpet, giving blasts of 8 sees. durati(jn once in 40 sees. 

Banyes Mand Point ; bell I'oat, ] of mile 8 }, W from Banges Island Point. 
The buoy sounds by action of tbe sea. To be left on tbe starboard band in 
running in to Portland Harbor. Ft guides you clear of Banges Island Point. 
I'ortland Head ligbtbouse bears from tbe huoy S\V ] W ] mile. 

Sprinff Point Li.dac Li(/ht — Red Hash, witb wbite sector; ajiproaching bar- 
bor keep in wbite sector to avoul danger. Breakwater Ligbt bears from this 
light NW }. W ■■ mile. 

Portland Breakwider ; brown tower; lixed red light, varied by a red flash 
every 40 seconds, visible 10! miles. This is a harbor ligbt, and stands on tbe 
end of tbe granite breakwater extending out from the south side of the har- 
bor; to be left on the port hand wnile |)assing up the harbor. 

Cape Elizabeth Lif/lds ; latitude 48° 88m o8s X ; longitude 70° 1 2m 2s W ; tw<j 
brown towers, 900 ieet apart, and ranging X E bv E and .S W by W; easterly 
light, white, fixed; westerly liglit, white, varied by Hash once a minute, visible 
17', miles. Also, a 2nd cU\«8 steam siren; blasts 5 seconds, alternate silent 
intervals of 8 seconds and 42 seconds. If siren is disalded, a 12-iuch steam 
whistle will be sounded. Bearings — Boon Lland Light bears S W ] S, 30 
miles; Thatcher's Island bears S W :[ S, 02 miles. These lights are a warn- 
ing against dangerous shoals, of which Alden's Rock is mostly to be feared, 
bearing .SE by E2.'. miles, on which is (! feet of water at low water ; tbe others 
range from 14 to 18 feet at low water. To ap})roach I'ortland at night, get 
Portland Head Light to bear N X W and rini for it, leaving it a fair berth on 
tbe port hand, then run X by W 1 mile, then X :] W till Breakwater ligbt 
liears X AV by W ' W, ilieu rini X AV 1 mile and anchor. 

Automatic Buoij ; a whistling buoy of the largest class is placed near Old 
Anthony Shoal, on which is 18 feet at low tide. In making this buoy in 
thick weather and wishing to enter Portland, pass I of a mile inside of it and 
5-un X by E \ E 4] miles, when Portland Head will bear about X X W, when 
proceed as before. This buoy is often heard six miles. 

Wood Hand Light ; latitude 48° 27m 24s X; buigitude 70° 19m 4()s W: 
wbite tower ; fixed red light, varied by a red flash every minute, visible 14 
miles; near entrance to Saco River, and guide to Winter Harbor and Bidde- 
ford Pool, by leaving it on port hand. .Vlso, a bell struck by machinery, two 
blows in rapid succession, followeil by an intei'val of 2-") seconds, then one 
Mow. To enter the northeast<rn channel in day time run in to northeast- 
ward of the light untij tbe clnr b steejjle in the Pool settlement bears 8 W 
hw S \ S, and run for it, leaving Xegro Island on the left and Stage Island 



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STEEL PLOWS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, AND 



on the right and anchor as soon as in past Negro Island. There is another 
channel to the westward of the light, but more dangerous. 

Goat Island; lat. 43° 21m 28s N ; Ion. 70° 2ora 32s W; white tower; fixed 
white light, visible 11m.; (harbor of refuge) on the north side of entrance to 
Cape Porpoise harbor (near Kennebunk) ; leave on starboard hand going in. 
Boon Tdand; latitude 43° 7m 17s N ; longitude 70° 28m 37s \V ; grey gra- 
nite tower, 133 feet above high water; fixed white light, visible 111 miles; off 
York. Bearings— Cape Elizabeth lights bear N E by N, 30 miles ; Matin iciis 
lights bear E bv N, 80 miles ; Cape Ann lights bear S by W f W, 30 miles; 
Isle Shoals Light bears S W ] S 12 miles. 

Automatic Buoy; a whistling buoy is placed just ofl^ Boon Island ledge; it 
is painted red and black in horizontal stripes, with "B I L" painted in white 
on the middle black band. Is often heard miles. It bears E by S 3J miles 
from Boon Island light. The ledge is awash at low water. 

Cape Neddick Light ; brown tower; fixed red light, visible 11 ', miles. Also, 
a bell striking one blow every 15 seconds. Two dangerous ledges, York 
Ledge and the Triangle, lie S by \V and S S W, respectively, from this 
light about 4 miles distant. York Ledge is marked with an Iron Spindle, 
the Triangle simply with a common can buov. 

Isle of Shoals; latitude, 42° 58m 2s N; longitude, 70° 37_m 25s W; white 
tower; light, flashing, red and white, visible 14 1 miles, flashing evey 75 sees ; 
on White Island, the most south western of the Isle of Shoals cluster, off'Ports- 
mouth, N. II. Bearings — Boon Island light bears N E i N, 12 miles; Whale's 
Back light bears X N W, 7 miles; Newburyport Bar bears S W by W 
i;> miles ; Cape Ann lights bear S 17 miles. 

Whale's Back Light; latitude 43= 3m 32s N ; longitude J0° 41m 49s W ; old 
tower white, new tower natural granite color; fixed white light, varied liy 
flashes, visible 13 miles; flashes once in l.\ minutes. Fog trumpet giving 
blasts at intervals of 30 seconds. Also, a bell, struck by hand, both locate<l in 
the old tower; all to be left on starlionrd hand going into Portsmouth. 

Portsmouth Harbor Light; brown tower; fixed white light, visible 12 miles ; 
on left side of inner entrance to Portsmouth harbor. To enter Portsmoutl: 
harbor get Portsmouth liglit to bear N :| W, and run for it until Whale's 
Back light bears S E by E and you are abreast the southern end of Wood 
Island, then steer N 2 E until past Fort Point, and Portsmouth lighthouse 
bears W by S h S, then steer N W until the light bears 8 by E, and anchor; 
or, when Portsmouth ligiit bears S l)y E, steer 8 W ;,' S, and anchor close iii 
shore in the cove to the westward of Fort Constitution in from 2^ to i) fathoms, 
Strangers in entering Portsmouth harbor should take a pilot if possible. 

Newburyport Harbor Light ; white tower ; fixed white light, visible 12') miles. 
Also, a beacon, range of light, 3.36 feet in front of main light ; black and white 
tower ; fixed white light, visible 8 miles. These lights, in range, guide across 
the bar, in best water; bar constantly changes ; outer bar buoy is in range witli 
inner bar buoy and both lights; the beacon is moved as the channel changes. 
This station is on the nortii end of Plum Island, and on the south side of 
entrance to the Merrimac River, V;..,s. (Strangers should not attempt to enter. 1 
Newbiiri/port Upper Harbor; two lights (beacons); outer beacon, black tOAver, 
fixed red ligiit, visible 10 nils. ; inner beacon, red tower, fixed green light, visible 
12 miles; both on Bailey's wharf, and to be left on port side passing up t!u 
harbor. 

Ipswich Lights; on Ciustle Neck, south side of entrayce to Ipswich Harhor ; 
a main light, with a range light in front; main light fixed, white, varied 



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ALL THE SMALLER IMPLEMENTS AT HORNCASTLE'S. 



is another 

er ; fixed 

ntrance to 

going in. 

grey iJ^ra- 

miles; off 

Matin icu3 

30 miles; 

1 ledge ; it 
i in white 
^ 3J miles 

les. Also, 

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from this 

1 Spindle, 

W; white 

■ y 75 sees ; 

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varied hy 

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1 Whale's 

of Wood 

ightlionse 

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12.1 miles, 
and whitt 
lide across 
range with 
el changes. 

i\{\i side of 
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lack toAver. 
ght, visible 
ing up tin 

;h Harbor; 
varied bv 



flashes, visible 11 miles, fiiishing (jnce in 1.] minutes, shown from a white 
tower; range light, fixed, white, visible 8 miles, shown from a black tower ; 
the lights are 625 feet apart, N E A E and S W h \\ ; in range, they guide to 
entrant;e of channel across Ipswich Bar in the best water, which at present is 
but 6 feet at low water. 

Annisquam Light; white tower; fixed white light, visible 12 miles; a har- 
ijor of refuge for small vessels; on Wigwam Point, east side of entrance to 
Annisquam harbor; 6 feet of water on Squam Bar at low tide. To cross the 
l)ar, bring the light to bear south and run for it, leaving it on the port side ; 
then run for the Lobster Rock Beacon, and leave it on the port side also. 

Straltmouth Mand ; (in south side of Sandy Bay, entrance to Kockport har- 
bor; white tower; fixed white light, visible 11 miles; to be left on port hand 
in going to Rockport. Bad ledges lie off this light. Strangers shoidd keep 
the north shore of Sandy Bay best aboard on entering Rockport; shelter only 
for a few small vessels. 

Cape Ann LigJih ; latitude 42° 3Sm 13s; longitude 70° 34m 32s W; two 
grey granite towers, 165 feet above sea level ; fixed white light, visible 19 
mi'.es; the lights are 900 feet apart, in range at S S W :uid N N E; located 
on Thatcher's Island off Cape Ann, and the northern limit of Massachusetts 
Bay; to be left on the starboard hiuid in going towards Boston. Bearings — 
Isle of Shoals bears N, 17 miles ; Boon Ishinil X N E, 30 miles ; Gloucester 
Light S W l)y W 1 W, 6 miles; Long Island Light S W by W, 24 miles; 
Ca{»e Cod Highland Light S by E '\ E. 43 m. ; Londoner Ledge S E by E, I m. 
Salvage Ledge N N I<], 2 m. Also, a 10 inch steam whistle, giving each minute 
a blast of 8 seconds and a blast of 4 seconds, with alternate intervals of 4 and 
44 seconds. 

Gloucester Light, on Eastern Point ; on east side of entrance to (xloueester 
harbor; white tower; a Hashing red litrlit, showing (mce every 5 seconds, 
visible 13 miles. When coming from the Eastward, bound into (iloucester 
harbor, give the liglit a good berth to clear Eastern Point Ledge (spar buoy) ; 
then, when the light bears X E ;,' X, run X W •] X until the ui)i)er harbor 
light bears N E by X .' X, then run for it, .-ind anchor A mile Shy W from the 
light. Also, a bell struck by machinery, a double blow every 20 seconds. 

Whistliiii/ Tinny off KdHicrn J^oint — Chiinged to and ofl" Thatcher's Island- 
Thatcher's Island bearing XW by W iibout 21. miles. 

Gloucester Ifurbor Light, on Ten Pound Island, east side of entrance to 
inner liarbor; brown tower; Hashing white light every 5 seconds; visible 
12 miles; to enter harbor, bring this light to l>ear X E by X •] X, and run 
for it until Eastern Point Light bears S S E, and anchor in channel way or 
continue until Eastern Point light bears S, then steer EXE until Ten Pound 
Island liglit bears X, and anchor in S El harbor, in from 4 to 6 fathoms — hard 
mud; or, from this point steer alxmt X W by X between Ten Pound Island 
Ledge buoy and Ten Pound Islantl (giving the point of the Island a good 
berth), until the light bears E, then st^^r X .] E until the light bears S by E, 
and anchor in western harbor. 

Automatic Baog ; a whistling buoy is moored i] of a mile, S by W from 
Eastern Point light, permanently kept. 

Bakers Island Lights ; latitude 42° 32m 12s X ; longitude 70° 47 ra lis W ; 
two white towers, ranging S E and X W ; fixed white light, visible 16', miles ; 
located on the north end of Baker's Island, south side of entrance to Salem 
and Beverly harbors. In coming from the southward vessels bound to Salem 

C. E. BRACKETT, 86 PRINCESS STREET, ST. JOHN. N. B. 



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REPAIRS FOR PLOWS, MOWING MACHINES AND HORSE RAKES 

■ Keep the lowest light oiion to the east of the high light, and run for it; thi^ 
guides to the eastward of the South-east Breakers and Searl's Rock. Give 
Bilker's Island a berth of not less than half a mile, leaving it on the port hand. 

en run to;- Hospital Point Light, hearing ahont W by N \ N, until Derby 

harfliyht is in range with Fort Pickering light, when 8alen» harbor will be 
CO the W S W of you, and P>everly harbor W by N .1 N. Also, a bell struck 
bv machinery, a single and a douiile blow alternately, intervals '.]0 seconds. 
For better information, a lens panel has been placed in "Hospital Point" 
Light, which makes a more brilliant light in the line of the ships' channel 
from Baker's Island than on either side, and serves to keep vessels from danger 
on either side. 

If(iK}){t'ii Point: white t<iwer; lixed white light, visible 13] miles; on Hos- 
pital P'lint, north side of entrance to Salem and Beverly Harbor. 

Far* PirkcriiK/ Lif/ht ; brown lower ; fixed white light, visible 10.1 miles ; on 
Winter isiand, north side of entrance to Salem har))or. On entering Salem 
harlxir fiom near Hospilsd Point, uet Derl)y Wharf light in range with Fort 
Pickering light to clear the Haste Shoal ; good anchorage half a mile S W by 
S from this light, with Derby Wharf light bearing W l)y S. 

Dcrh'f Wharf Ll</lit ; on the end of Derby Wharf Salem upper harbor; red 
tower, lixed red light, visible To miles. 

^[iil•bld^eJ^(l Li(/hl, on Marbleliead Neck. SI"] side of entrance to Marble- 
head, and to Salem South Channel ; whiti; tower ; fixed white light, visible 1 1 
miles: good anchorage half a mile W by S from this light. To enter harb(»r. 
bring the light to bear N W, and run for it until within two miles of it, then 
bring it to bear W X W, and run for it, leaving Marblehead Rock (a high 
rockv Islet with beacon at top) 150 vards on vour }»ort hand, and when i: 
bears S W run X W i X until the light bears S by W, then rini S W :] W 
into the harbor, and anchor between the light and the town. 

h)/f/ liock Lir/ht ; white tower; fixed red light, visible 8.;, miles; guide to 
S,v.uii|)scot anchorage and to Broad Sound. Leave it l.V miles on the starboard 
iiand on entering Broad .Sound. 

_ BoMoa Light i'mc/ No. r)4 — Lat. 42° 19^ 19^', Ion. 70" 4.")' i" ; two fixed rci 
lights, visible 111 miles; 12 inch steam fog whistle, giving blast of o second*, 
interval of .35 seconds per minute. 

Minut\< Ledje Lujht ; latitude 42^ 16m lis N ; longitude 70° 45m .3.5s W: 
entrance to Boston Bay; dark gray granite tower, 100 feet high; flashiiiu 
white, signalling the number 14;> every 30 seconds, thus: 1 flash; eclipx 
al)out 3 seconds ; 4 flashes; eclipse about ."> seconds; 3 Hashes ; ecli|)se abmi! 
15 seconds. Davis' Ledge Buoy bears E by S; Boston light be.vrs N W \ W. 
7 miles. This course must be kept good,, northerly, to pass Bell Boat, off" tli. 
north side of the Harding's Ledge (about 4:] miles t'rom Minot's Ledge Light . 
A good mark to clear the Harding's Bell Boat, after passing Minot's light, i- 
to keep Long Island Head light (fixed white) just open to the north of the 
Narrows Light, which is a red liglit. 

^ Nix Mate Light Buoi/. — \ gas buoy, painted black and showing a fixed whiit' 
light, just inside of Nix Mate bell l)Uoy, entrance to Boston harbor, Mass. 1' 
the ice runs strongly, this and similar buoys in the entrances to Boston harlx ; 
ivill be 'aken up. 

JLiraing Ledge and Cenlarion Rocks. — A light buoy, painted black and show- 
ing a fixed white (gas) light, was placed just inside of Harding Ledge b-K 
buoy, entrance to Boston harbor. The light buov is moored in 48 feet i ' 
water, on the following bearings: Minots Ledge lighthouse S 58° 30' E true 

CLOTHING SENT BT MAIL OR EXPRESS RECEIVES PROMPT ATTENTION, 



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to the 
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CAN ALWAYS BE PROMPTLY OBTAINED AT HORNGASTLE'S. 



it; thi^ 

, Give 

rt hand. 

.1 Derby 

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11 struck 

seconds. 

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Marbie- 
s'isible 11 
r harbor, 
f it, then 
. (a high 
1 when i' 
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guide t<i 
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i fixed red 
5 second", 

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; flashini, 
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S^ W \ W 
•at, off" thr 
ge Light . 
;'s light, i- 
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ixed whit*' 

Mass. I ■ 

ton harlx : 

and sho\\- 
Ledge bcl 
1 48 feet < '' 
30' E trii*' 

MENTION, 



iH E i E mag) : Harding Ledge l)eacon S4P W (rue (S W ] VV niaji) ; Boston 
iightlioiise N <)0° W true (N W ', W mag). : jrth end of Centurion buoy a 
light buoy, jiainted black, niunbered •">, and showing a fixed wiiite (gasi 

lik'lit. 

Boston Lic/ht ; latitude 42'' lOni Us N ; loni-itude 70° o.Sm 2<)s W ; on Little 

i Brewster Island, north si<lc of entrance to luaiu sliiji channel to Boston ; white 

tower; white flash light, flashing once every half minute, visible lo] miles. 

r'irst-class steam siren; l>lasts.") seconds, alternate silent intervals of 10 and 40 

seconds. From ("ajH' Cod highlands the course for Boston Light is X W 

by W I W, whi(di well clears Minot's Ledge and the llardings; then, when 

well past Minot's, bring Boston light to iiear W by N i N and run for it until 

' within i of a mile of it or initil the lieacon light l)ears about W by X, then 

^rini W |S until the Beacon light bears W X W, then run W l)y X leaving 

|the Beaet)n ligiit 100 yards on your starboard hand, then steer X W ] W 

* (keeping the middle of the chainiel ) fnr the Xarrows Itetween ( ialloups and 

li-jvell's Islands, then about X W ;} X for the l)ell buoy off'Xix's Mate, which 

leive on iiort hand, then nui W by X .', X for Fort Inc^^pendence, leaving the 

io',v(er middle buoy, red can, Xo. (•, a good berth on your starboard, and State 

Ledge buoy, red Xun Xo. 8 dose altoard on your starboard ; then run about 

X W :J^ X for the upi)er middle buoy, black Xun Xo. 9, which leave on 

your port, then the course to Long Wharf or to good anchorage is about X W 

rk W. If making Boston ship chatuicl from Ca|)e Aiui, get Tliatcher's Island 

^ li',-ht to bear X X W from 2 to -S miles, then steer S W 1 VV until Boston liglil 

bears W by X ■'. X. Then proceed as befoi-e given. 

S^arrowH Ll(/ht ; black lantern on white hexaij;onal dwelling, pile founda- 
tion ; fixed red light, visible SI miles; on the right hand side of Xarrows, 
in Sbip Channel entrance to Bosion harbor; also, a bell stru.ck by machinery 
every 20 seconds. 

Deer Idand Llf/ht ; on tlie south extremity of the S[)it, making out \ mile 
to the southward from Deer Islautl entrance to Boston IIarl)or; fixed while, 
varied by a red flash every .')0 seconds ; also a bell struck by machinery every 
10 seconds in foggy weather. 

Lonf/ Island Lujht; on the X E end of Long Island and southern side of 
entrance to Boston inner harbor: brown tower; fixed white light, visible 16; 
ni...o. In coming up ship channel, and after leaving Xix's Mate buoy on the 
pjrt hand, and Long Island Light l)ears W by .•< \ S, run W by X ] X for the 
south end of the Castle until tlie Castle Xorlli Wliarf bears X W by W ^ W, 
or abreast of the State Ledge Buoy (red, Xo. 8), then X VV \ X to the Upper 
Middle Buoy (black, Xo. 9), wliich leave on i)ort hand, then tlie course to Long 
AVharf is X VV { \\. But if ai)pro,iciiing Boston from Ca|)e Ann, via Broad 
ftound, bring Long Island Light to l)car .S VV by VV, and run for it until Deer 
Island Point Beacon bears X VV !)y X ' X, three-eighths of a mile distant, 
then W by X \ X up *he harbor. .Strangers should bear in mind that in tiie 
iiiiddle of Bro.'id Sounil there is but 8 feet of water at low tide ; but by keeping 
on the southern sid«' of the Sound, leaving the (rraves Whistling Buoy > 'i 
mile on your port hand and the D^'vil's LimI) Buoy (black can Xo. 1) ^ 
mile on port hand, and running straight to Ram's Head buoy (black can buoy 
No. 5) about W S VV, passing Aldricli's Ledge buc)y (black can Xo. .3) | mile 
on port, then leavinn' Ham's head oO yards distant on port, and run 
about W^ \ S to clear Deer Island I*oint P.eacon, yon can carry 12 feet safely. 
From the Beacon you will steer VV { X for lower middle buoy, then W by X | 
,X for Slate Ledge Buoy, wiien proceed as before given. 

G. E. BRAGKETT, 86 PRINGESS STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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NEW RULES OF THE ROAD AT SEA. 

Amended and Adopted by Oi'dcr-in-Coimril, and to come in force on and after 

Jul,/ 1, 1897. 

INTERPRETATION. 

1. In this Act, unless tlie context otherwise requires, — 

{(i) The expression "vessel" includes every description of vessel used in 
navigation ; 

(6) Tlie expression "ship" includes every description of vessel not pro- 
pelled hy oars ; 

(c) The expression "steani-shij)" or "steam-boat" includes every vessel 
propelled wholly or in part by steam or by any machinery or power other 
than sails or oars; 

((/) The expression "ordinary practice of seamen," as ajiplied to any case, 
means and includes the ordinary practice of skilful and careful persons en- 
gaged in navigating the waters of Canada in like cases; 

{e) The expressiongf' owner " includes the lessee or charterer of any vessel 
having the control of the n-ivigation thereof 4;? V., c. 211, s. S. 

REGULATIONS FOR PREVEKTING COLLISIONS AND FOR DISTRESS SIGNALS. 

t2. The following rules with respect to lights, fog signals, distress signals, 
steering and sailing and rafts shall apply to :.ll the rivers, lakes, and other 
navigal)!c waters within Canada, or within the jurisdiction of the Parliament 
thereof, that is to say : Preliminary. 

In the following rules every steam-vessel which is under sail and not under 
steam is to be considered a sailing ve<sel ; and every vessel under steam, 
whether under sail or not, is to be considered a steam-vessel. 

The word "steam-vessel" shall include any vessel propelled by machinery. 

A vessel is "under way" within the meaning of these Rules, when she is 
not at anchor, or made fast to the shore or aground. 

Ride.f concerniiHj Liffhts, etc. 

The word "visible" in th.'se Rules, when applied to lights, shall mean 
visible on a dark night with a clear atmosphere. 

Article 1. The rules concerning lights shall be complied with in all weathers 
from sunset to sunrise, and during such time no other lights which may be 
mistaken for the prescribed lights shall be exhibited. 

Art. 2. A sleam-vessel when under way shall carry: 

{a) On or in front of the foremast, or if a vessel without a foremast, then in 
the forepart of the vessel, at a height ab.ve the hull of not less than 20 feet, 
and if the breadth of the vessel exceeds 20 feet, then at a height above the 
hidl not less than such breadth, so, however, that the light need not be carried 
at a greater height above the liiill than 40 t'eet, a bright white light, so con- 
structed as to show an imbroken light over an arc of the horizon of 20 points 
of the compass, so fixed as to throw the light 10 points on each side of the 
vessel, viz., from right ahead to 2 points abaft the beam on eitiier side, and of 
such a character as to be visible at a distance of at least 5 n)iles. 

[h] On the starboard side a green light, so constructed as to show an un- 
broken light over an arc of the horizon of 10 |)oints of the compass, so fixed as 
to throw the light from right ahead to 2 points abaft the beam on the starboard 
side, and of such a character as to be visible at a distance of at least 2 mile«. 

(c) On the port side, a red light so constructed as to show an unbroken light 

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AND UPPER LEATHER, SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS AND FINDINGS. 



'iver an arc of the horizon of 10 points of the compass, so fixed as to throw the 
liyht from rigiit ahead to 2 points ahaft tiie beam on tlie port side, and of such 
:i character as to he visible at a distance of at least 2 miles. 

((/) 'Die said s^cen and red side-lights shall befitted with inboard screen^ 
lirojectiiig at least ',i feet forward from the light, so as to prevent these lights 
t'lom being seen across the bow. 

(t) A steam-vessel when under way may carry an additional white light 
similar in construction to the light mentioned in subdivision («). These two 
lights shall be so placed in line with the keel that one shall be at least 15 feet 
liigher than the other, and in such a |)()sition with reference to each other that 
the lower light shall be forward of the U|)j)er one. The vertical distance be- 
tween these lights shall be less than the horizontal distance. 

Art. 3. A steam-vessel when towing another vessel shall, in addition to her 
side-lights, carry two bright white lights in a vertical line one over the other, 
not less than (5 feet apart, and when towing more than one vessel shall carry 
an additional bright white light (> feet above or below such lights, if the lenglli 
• >f the tow, measuring from the stern of the towing vessel to the stern of the 
last vessel lowed, exceeds 000 feet. Each of these lights shall be of the same 
construction and character, and shall be carried in the same position as the^ 
white light mentioned in Article 2 (a), except the additional light, which may 
lie carried at a height of not less than 14 feet above tiie hull. 

Such steam-vessel may carry a small white light al>aft the funnel or after- 
mast for the vessel towed to steer by, but such light shall not be visil)le forward 
of the beam. 

Art. 4. (a) A vessel which from any accident is not under command shall 
carry at the same height as the white light mentioned in Article 2 («), where 
tliey can best lie seen, and, if a steam-vessel, in lieu of that light, two red lights, 
in a vertical line one over the oiher, not less than feet apart, and of such a 
I liaracter as to he visible all around the horizon at a distance of at least 2 
Diiles ; and shall by day carry in a vertical line one over the other not le-^> 
than 6 feet apart, where they can best be seen, two black balls or shapes each 
'2 feet in diameter. 

(/>) A vessel employed in laying or in ))icking up a telegraph cable shall 
carry in the same position as the white light mentioned in Article 2 (a), an<l 
if a steam-vessel, in lieu of thai light, three lights in a vertical line one over 
the other, not >ss than 6 feet apart. The higiiest and lowest of these light> 
shall be red, and the middle light shall be white, and they shall be of such a 
character as to be visible all around the horizon at a distance of at least 2 miles. 
I'y day she shall carry in a vertical line one over the other, not less than 6 feet 
apart, where they can best be seen, three shapes not less tiian 2 feet in diameter. 
>{" which the highest and lowest shall be globular in shape and red in color, 
and the middle one diamond in shape and white. 

(<•) The vessel referred to in this article wiien not making way through the 
v\ater, shall not carry the side-lights, but v/hen making way shall carry them. 

{(I) The lights and shapes required to be shown by this article are to be 
taken by other vessels as signals that the vessel showing them is not under 
command, and cannot therefore get out of the way. 

These signals are not signals of vessels in distress and requiring assistance, 
^uch signals are contained in Article 31. 

Art. 5. A sailing ve>sel under way, and any vessel being towed, shall carry tlie 
same lights as are prescribed by Art. 2 for a steam-vessel under way, with tl.e 
exception of the white lights mentioned therein, which they shall never carry. 

C. E. BRAGKETT, 86 PRINCESS STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 






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4»] Nkw Uulkh of the Koau at Ska. 

LUBRICATING OILS, MACHINISTS' TOOLS, MILL AND STEAMBOAT 

Art. (). Wlienevor, us in tlie ciisi' of small vi'ssols midcr wav •Inriiiff ha.' 
weatlier, tlu' j-ivoii and rod sido-liKlils cannot be fixed, these liglits shall hr 
ktpt at hand liiihtod and n-ady for nsc ; and shall, on the approach of or t 
other vessels, be exhibited on their respective sides in snllicient lime to pre- 
vent collision in snch manner us to make them most visil»le, and so that th<' 
^reen lifiht shall not be seen o»i the port side nor the red li,!,'ht on the star- 
fioard side, nor, if [iraeticable, more than two points abaft the. beam on theii 
respective sides. 

To make the use of these portable lii^hts more certain and easy, the lantern> 
eontainin<; them shall each l»e painted outside with the color of the li^ht they 
respedivelv contain, and shiiU be provided with proper screens. 

Art. 7. 8team-vessels of U-ss than 40, and vessels luider oars or sails of le.ss 
llian 20 tons j^ros^ tonnage, respectively, and rowing boats, when iintler way, 
shall not be ol)li«ed to carry the liirhts mentioned in Article 2 (<i) (h) and {v). 
but if they do not carry them they shall be provided with the fcdlowing lights : 

1. Steam- vessels of less than 40 tons shall carry, — 

(«) In the forepart of the vessel, or on or in front of the funnel, where it 
can best be seen, and at a height above the gunwale of not less than 9 feet, a 
bright white liglit constructed and li.xed as prescribed in Article '2 (a), and of 
such a character as to be visible at a distance of at least 2 miles. 

(/>l (ii'cen and red side-lights construi'ted and fixed as prescribed in Article 
2 {Ij} and (cl, and of sin'li a eliaracter as to be visible at a distance of at least 1 
mile, or a conibined lantern showing a green light and a red light from right 
ahead to 2 points abaft the iieam on their respective sides. Such lantern shall 
be carried not less than ;'> feet below the white light. 

2. Small steam-boats, such as are carried by sea-going vessels, may carry the 
Avhite light at a less height than '.» feet above the triniwale, but it shall be car- 
ried above the conibined lantern, menlioned in snbdivisiim 1 {b). 

;;. Vessels under oars or sails, of less than 20 tons, shall have reatly at liani! 
;i lantern with a green glass on one side and a red glass on ihe other, which, 
on the a}»})roacb of or to the other vessels, shall be exhibited in suHicient time 
l'^ prevent collision, so that the green light shall not be seen on the port side 
nor the red light on thu' starboard side. 

4. Rowing l)oats, whether under oars or sails, shall have ready at hand a lan- 
tern showing a white light which shall be temporarily exhibited in sufficient 
time to prevent collision. [The vessels referred to in this article shall not be 
obliged to carry the lights prescribed by Art. 4 (a) and Art. 11, last })aragraph.] 

Art. 8. Pilot vessels, when engaged on their station on pilotage dutv shall 
not show the lights required for other vessels, but shall carry a white light at 
the masthead, visible all around the horizon, and shall also exhibit a tlare-up 
light or Hare-np lights at short intervals, which shall never exceed 15 minutes. 
< >n the near approach of or to other vessels they shall have their side-light-) 
lighted, ready for use, and shall flash or show them at short intervals, to indi- 
cate the direction in which they are heading, but the ereen light shall not lie 
shown on the port side, nor the red light on the starboard side. 

A pilot vessel of such a class as to be obliged to go alongside of a vess'-' to 
put a pilot on board, may show a white light instead of carrying it at tlie 
masthead, and may, instead of the colored liy;hts above menti(med, have at 
hand ready for use a lantern with a green glass on one side and a red glass on 
the other, to be used as prescribed above. 

Pilot vessels, when not engaged on their station on [lilotage duty, shall 
<'arry lights similar to those of other vessels of their tonnage. 



SUPPLIEI 

Art. 0. 
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Art. HI 
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1 i. d in a 
:iiid scree 
if 12 Jioii 
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Art. 1 
wiird, wh« 
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siibroken 
A vesst 
the forwi 
(Ceding 4 
vessel, ar 
the forwa 
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Art. 1 
•ip. shall 
or shape 



Art. 1 
lie giver 

1. By 

2. Bv 
The 'v 

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A ste 
'y steal 
intercej 
iv mecl 
tons gr( 
■M\. 1 
night, t 



DYEING AND GLEANING WEARING APPAREL, 



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SUPPLIES AT J. HORNGASTLE & GO.'S, 22 and 46 MAIN STREET, St. John. 



An. It. Fisliinj; boats shall show such lights as are prt-scrihed l«)r vcsst'U ot" 
•it'ir tonnaf^t', and shall In; imdcr such further regulations as may he adopteil 
;ir their protectiou. 

Art. 10. A vessel which is heing overtaken hy another shall show from her 
Ml rn to such last mentioned vessel a white light or a llare-up light. 

riie white light re(iuired to he shown hy this article may he lixed and c :tr- 
iImI in a lantern, hut in such case the lantern shall he so eonstriu-ted, lltled. 
;i;id screened that it shall throw an unhroken light over an arc of the horizon 
mI 12 points of the compass, viz., for (i points fiom right aft on eai'h side of 
t!ie vessel, so as to be visible at a distance of at least one mile. Such light 
shall he carried as nearly as practicable on the same h'Vel as the side-liglit.>. 

Art. 11. A vessel under loO feet in length, when at anchor, shall carry fu- 
Wiird, where ir can best be seen, but at a height not exceeding 20 feet above the 
hull, a white light in a lantern so constructed as to show a clear, uniform, and 
unbroken light visible all aroumi the horizon at a distance of at least one mile. 

A vessel of loO feet or upwards in length, when at ani-hof, shall carry in 
ihe forward part of the vessel, at a height of not less tlian 20, and not ex- 

I ceding 40 feet above the hull, one such light, and at or near the stern of the 
vessel, and at such a height that it shall be not less than lo feet lower than 
the forward light, another such light. 

The length of a vessel shall be deemed to be the length appearing on hei- 

I I ititicate of registry. 

A vessel aground in or near a fairway shall carry the above light or lightr 
and the two red lights prescribed by Article 4 (a). 

Art. 12. Every vessel may, if necessary, in order to attract attention, in ad- 
lition to the lights which she is by these rules recjuired to carry, show :i 
!lare-up light, or use any detonating signal that cannot be mistaken for a dis- 
tress signal. 

Art. 1."). Nothing in these rules shall interfere witli the operation of any 
-pecial rules made by the government of any nation with respect to additional 
>-t;uion and signal lights for two or more ships of war, or tor vessels sailing 
under convoy, or with the exhibition or recognition signals adopted by shi}>- 
•Avners, which have been authorized by their respective governments and duly 
registered and published. 

Art. 14. A steam-vessel proceeding under sail only, but having her fininel 
Mp. sliall carry in day-time, forward, where it can best be seen, one black ball 
•ir shape 2 feet in diameter. 

Sound SUjnals for For/, etc. 

Art. lo. All signals prescribed by this article for vessels under way shall 
he given : 

1. I>y "steam-vessels" on the whistle or siren. 

2. By '■ sailing vessels and vessels towed '' on tiie fog-horn. 

The words " prolonged blast," used in this article, shall mean a blast of 
'rom 4 to H seconds duration. 

A steam-vessel shall be i)rovided with an etticient whistle or siren, sounded 
ty steam or some substitute for steam, so placed that the sound may not be 
intercepted by any obstruction, and with an etiicient fog-horn, to be sounded 
hy mechanical means, and also with an efKcient bell. A sailing vessel of 20 
tons gross tonnage or upwards shall be provided with a similar fog-horn and 
'<!l. In fog, mist, falling snow, or heavy rain storms, whether by day or 
night, the signals described in this article shall be used as follows, viz. : 



C. E. BRACKETT, 86 PRINCESS STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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Shoes of aU Kinds, WATERBURT & RISING, 61 King and 212-2U Union Sts. 



[(i) A steatn-vfstsel havinjij wav upon lu-r shall sound, at intervals of nut 
nii>re than '2 ininuti's, a pnthmm'tl hiast. 

(/)) A steam- vessfl uikUt way, Itiit stdpjHMl aixl having no way upon her, 
shall soinul at interval^ of not more than 2 minutes, '1 prolonj^ed blasts, with 
an interval of about one second between them. 

[(•) A sailing vessel under way shall sctund, at intervals of not more than 
1 minute, when on the starboard tack. 1 blast, when on the port taek 2 blast- 
in succession, and when with the wind abaft the beam, li blasts in succession. 

id) A vessel when at anchor shall, at intervals of not more than 1 minute, 
rinj^ the bell rapidly for about ;"» seconds. 

U) A vessel, when towinj; a vessel employed in laying or in picking tip a 
telegraph cable, and a vessel under way, which is unable to get out of the way 
■of an approaching vessel through being not imde* command, or unable tc 
manceuvre as retpiired by these Rules, shall, instead of the signals prescribed 
in sub-divisions (r() and (c) of this article, at intervals of not more than - 
minutes, sound 3 blasts in succession, vi/. : 1 prolonged blast, followed by 1' 
short blasts. A vessel towed may give this signal, and shall not give any other. 

Sailing vessels and boats of less than 20 tons gross loiuiage shall not \n- 
oliliged to give the above mentioned signals, but if they do not, they shall 
make some other eHicienl sound-signal at intervals of not more than 1 minute. 
Sjii'ed (if Shipx to bf Moderate in Fo(j, etc. 

Art. 1(). Kvery vessel shall, in a fog, mist, falling snow, or heavy rain 
storms, go at a moderate speed, having careful regard to the existing circum- 
stances and conditions. 

A steam-vessel hearing, apparently forward of her beam, the fog-signal 
vessel the position of which is not ascertained, shall, so far as the circumstai 
of the case adnnt, stop her engines, and then navigate with caution until dan- 
ger of collision is over. 

STKKKINC. .\N1) S.\11,ING RULES. 

PreUmiiuui/ -IHhIc oJ Vollixion. 

Risk of collision can, when circiunstances permit, be ascertained by carefullv 
watching the coni[)ass bearing of an ai)proaching vessel. If the bearing doe- 
not apprecial)ly change, such risk should be deemed to exist. 

.\rt. 17. \yhen two sailing vessels are approaching one another, so as to in- 
volve risk of collision, one <>t' them shall kcv'p out of the way ot'the other, a- 
follows, viz. : 

(|/j A vessel which is running free shall kee[) out of the way of a vessel 
which is close hauKHl. 

(b) A vessel which is close hauled on the ix.rt tack shall keep out of the 
way of a vessel which is close hauled on the starboard tack. 

ie) When both are riuiniug free, with the wind on dilierent sides, the vessel 
which has the wind on the port side shall keep out of the way of the other, 

id) When both are running free, with the wind on the .same side, the vessel 
which is to the windward shall keep out of the way of the vessel which is t( 
leeward. 

(e) A vessel which has the wind aft shall keep out of the way of the other 
vessel. 



Art. 18. When two stea 
as to involve risk of collisii 



each 



m 



ny pass on the port side of the other 



m- vessels are meeting end on, or nearly end on, so 
»n, each shall alter her course to starboard, .so that 



This article only applie,«! to cases where vessel 



s are meeting end on, or nearlv 



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Shoes of all Kinds, WATERBURY & RISING, 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 

vml on, iti Hiicli a manner as lo involve risk of collision, and does not apply to 
two vt'SHels wliit'li must, if both ket'p on their 'espective eoiirses, pass clear of 
t ;i( li other. 

The only cases to which it does ajiply are v en each of the two vessels is 
end on, or nearly awd on, to the other; in otiu i- words, to casex, in which, bv 
<l;iy, eacli vessel sees the masts of the other in i line, or nearly in a line, with 
111 r own ; and, by night, to cases in which each vessel is in such a position as 
to see both the side-lights of tiie other. 

It does not apply, by day, to cases in which a vessel sees another ahead 
iiussing her own course; or by night, to cases wiiere the red light of one ves- 
sel is opposed to the red light of the other or where the green light of one 
vessel is opnosed to the green light of the other, or where :i red light without 
:i Ljieen light, or a green light without a red light, is seen ahead, or where 
lintli green and red lights are seen anywhere but ahead. 

Art. 19. When tW(» steam-vessels are crossing, so as to involve risk of colli- 
simi, the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side shall keep out 
(il the way of the other. 

Art. 20. When a steam-vessel and a sailing vessel are proceeding in such 
iliiections as to involve risk of collision, the steam-vessel sliall keep out of the 
way of the sailing vessel. 

Art. lil. Where by any of these ''ules one or two vessels is t( keep out of 
till' way, the other shall keep her course and speed. 

NoTK. — When, in consequence of thick weather or other causes, such vessel 
liiids herself so close that collision cannot be avoid' 1 by the action of the giv- 
iiii;-way vessel alone, she also shall take sucii action as will best aid to avert 
the collision. (See Articles 27 and 29.) 

Art. 22. Every vessel which is directed by these Rules to keej) out of the 
way of another vessel shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid cross- 
iiii; ahead of the other. 

Art. 2.S. Every steam-vessel which is directed by these Rules to keep out 
ot the way of another vessel shall, on approaching her, if necessary, slacken 
lur si)eed or stop or reverse. 

Art. 24. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Rules, every vessel, 
mcvtaking any other, shall keep out of the way of the overtaken vessel. 

rAery vessel coming up with another vessel from any direction more than 2 
I'i'ints abaft her beam, /. e., in such a position, in reference to the vessel which 
>lic is overtaking, that at night she would be unable to see either of that ves- 
siTs side-lights, shall be deemed to be an overtaking vessel, and no subsequent 
alteration of the bearing between the two vessels shall make the overtaking 
vessel a crossing vessel within the meaning of these Rules, or relieve her of the 
<liity of keeping clear of the overtaken vessel until she is tiuully p;ist and clear. 

As by day the overtaking vessel cannot always know with certainty whether 
slie is forward of or abaft this direction from the other vessel, she should, if 
in doubt, assume that she is an overtaking vessel and keep out of the way. 

Art. 2o. In narrow channels every steam-vessel shall, when it is safe and 
practicable, keej) to that side of the fairway or mid-channel which lies on the 
xtarboard side of such vessel. 

Art. 2(5. Sailing vessels under way shall keep out of the way of sailing ves- 
sels or boats fishing with nets, or lines, or trawls. This Rule shall not give 
to any vessel or boat engaged in tishing the right of obstructing a fairway used 
by vessels other than fishing vessels or boats. 

Art. 27. In obeying and construing these Rules, due regard shall be had to 

C. E. BRAGKETT, 86 PRINCESS STREET, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



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Shoes of all Kinds, WATERBURY & RISING, 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 



i^ 



I- 



If 



all dangers of navi-i^ation and collision, and to any special circumstances wvhich 
may render a ileparture iVnn the aliove Hides necessary in order to av(dd 
immediate danger. 

Sound <S'(V/)iC(/,s _/'(»/• rf.ss(7.s in SiylU uf Ont' Another. 

Art. 2S. Tiie word " siiort blast" used in this article shall mean a blast of 
about 1 second's duration. 

When vessels are in sight of one another, a steatn-vessel under way, in tak- 
ing any course authorized or required by these Rules, shall indicate that 
course by the following signals on her whistle or siren, viz. : 

< )ne short blast to mean " I am directing my course to starboard." 
Two short blasts to mean '' I am directing my course to port." 
Three short blasts to mean "My engines are going full speed astern." 
No TV.s-,s77, under Anij CirciiinKtanccs, to Ncylcct Proper Preeautions. 

Art. 29. Nothing in these rub-s shall exonerate any vessel, or the owner, oi- 
maste)', or crew thereof, fron< the conse(inences of any neglect to carry light.s 
or signals, (u- of any neglect to keep a proper look-out, or of the neglect of 
any |)recautiou which may be re(piired by the ordinary practice of seamen, or 
by the special {;ircumstances of the case. 

Reservation of Hides for Harbtrrs and Inland Navigation. 
Art. 80. Nothing in these Rules shall interfere with the operation of a 
special rule, duly made by local authority, relative to the navigation of any 
harbor, river, or inland waters. 

J>if<treiis Signals. 

.\rt. 'M. When a vessel is in distress and recjuires assistance from other ve.s- 
sels or from the shore, the following shall be the signals to be used or dis- 
played by h( " -^ither together or separately, viz. : 

In the day time— 1. A gun or other explosive signal iired at intervals of 
about a niinute. 2. T'le International Code signal of distress, indicated by X.C. 
;!. Tl)e distant signal, consisting of a sfjuare Hag, luiving either above or below 
it a ball or anytiiing resembling a ball. 4. A continuous soundiug with anv 
fog-signal ai)paratus. 

At night - h A gun or other explosive signal tired at intervals of about u 
nunute. 2. Flames on the vessel (as from a burning tar-barrel, oil-barrel, etc' 
'S. Rockets or shells, throwing stars of any color or description, fii'ed one at a 
time, at short intervals. 4. A continuous nounding with any fog-signal apparatus. 

Aids to >I«>mory, in lihyiiie. 

By tho late Thomas <iray, Assistant Secretary Board of Trade. 
Tirij iShamshijif: Mcilinii. 
WluMi all thriM! li>;hts 1 soe ahead. 



I port my liclm and show my Red. 

T:- .S/f'iini.s/iip.i Pii.\:iii>;/ C/i'nr, 

KEEN to CiKlCKN or HkI) to UkI> — 

effect salt 



If to my Starboard Red appear, 
It is my duly to keep clear- 



To act as judgment says is jiroper— 
Tu Port— or Starboard— Haik-or S 



Stop her. 



But 



when ujion my Port is seen 



ty— go ahei 



r(J.S,':illl/. 



Note.— This is the position of great 



A Steamer's Starboard light of (Jkeen, 
There's naught for me to do but see 
That (iKKi.N to port kccjjs clear of me. 



flanger: there is noibiug for it 1 



look 



out, 



est 
iin '.;ii<)d 



caution, 



lironipt action. 



md Judgm.Mit, witi 



General Cdut 



inlion. 



Ail ships must keep a good 



ik-out, and 



sieamshijis must 'copand go astern if iicct 



farv. 



Both in safely and in doubt 
I always ke;'p a good look-out ; 
In danger, with no room to turn, 
I ease her !— Stop her.'— (io astern 



KID GLOVES DYED BLACK, 



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NIGI 

Note 
Signal 

Note 
caiitior 
wiiere 
such a 




Canadian Stokm Warnings. 



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us 1 1 




N9"^ 




CANADIAN 3T0RM WARNINGS. 

ISSUED FOR qup:beo and the mauitime provincp:s. 



Fig. No. 1 — This signal indicates 
" moderate gale is expected at first 
from an easterly direction." 

Fig. No. 2 — This signal indicates 
"moderate giiie is expected at tirst 
from a westerly direction." 

Fig. No. o -This signal indicates 
"fresh u) heavy gale is expected at 
first fr(>m an easterly direction." 

Fig. No. 4 — This signal indicates 
"fresh to heavy gale is expected at 
first from a westerly direction." 

The ('one, when hoisted by itself, 
indicates that it is expected that the 
wind will attain a velocity of oU miles 
an hour, hut will not exceed -10 miles ; 
and it is not intended that an ordi- 
narily well found vessel .^hotild stay 
in port, hnt simply as a warning to 
mariners that strong winds are ex- 
pected from the (piarter indicated. 

The I»ium will always he hoisted 
when the velocity of the wind is ex- 
j)ected to exceed 40 miles an honr. 

The night signal corresponding to 
Nos. 1 and ;>, is two wliite lanterns 
hanging perpendic iilarly. 

Nii,Wit signal corresponding to Xos. 
2 and 4, is two white lanterns hang- 
in<' hori/ontallv. 




NU 4 



NIGHT I N9|or3 




NIGHT T N?2rr4 



Ao/e 1 — Mariners will lie able to obtain further information from Storm 
Signal Agents, or by consulting the daily probabilities. 

Sntc 2 — Mariners must always bear in mind that the storm signals are merely 
cantionary, and do not necessarily mean that a st«)rm will occur at tiie place 
where the signal is displayed, but that oi.e is "xpected either there or within 
such a distance that vessels leaving port would l)e liable t(^ be caught in it. 

Maps and Log Books 



.OF ALL KINDS SUPPLIED BY 



J. & A. McMillan, St. 



,N.B. 



0. E. BRACKETT, 36 PRINCESS STREET. ST. JOHN, N. B. 

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ATLANTIC AND OTHER ROUTES AND DISTANCES 

in geographical miles. 



No. Milks. 

1 Liverpool to Quebec via north of 

In'iand and Belle Lsle 2633 

2 Liverpool to Queln'c via north of 

Ireland and Cape liace 2801 

3 Liverpool to Quebec via south of 

Ireland and Cape Race 2826 

4 Liverpool to ( hathani via north of 

Ireland and Belle Isle 2o98 

.') Liverpool to Chatham via north of 

Ireland and I ape Race 25C3 

6 Li\erpool to Chatham via south of 

Ireland and Cape Race 2528 

7 Liverpool to N. Sydney, C. B., via 

north of Ireland 2282 

8 Liverpool to N. Sydney, C. B., via 

south of Ireland 2307 

!t Liverpool to Louisburg via north 

of Ireland 2274 

10 Liverpool to Louisburg via south 

of Ireland 2299 

11 Liverpool to Halifax via north of 

Ireland and Cape Race 2450 

12 Liverpool to Halifax via south of 

Ireland and Cape Race 2475 

13 Liverpool to Halilax via south of 

Ireland and Flemish Cap 2546 

14 Liverpool to Halifax via south of 

Ireland and south NHd. Bank... 2619 

15 Liverpool to St. John, N. B., via 

north of Ireland and (^ape Race 2700 

16 Liverpool to St. John, N. B., via 

south of Ireland and Cape Hace 2723 

17 Liverpool to St. John, N. B., via 

south of Ireland and Kleniish 
Cap 2783 

18 Liverpool to Si. John, N, B., via 

south of Ireland ana south NHd. 
Bank 2843 

19 Liverpool to Portland, Me., via N. 

of Ireland and Cape Race -'765 

20 Liverpool to Portland, Me., via S. 

of Ireland and Cape Uace 2789 

21 Liverpool to Portlaii'd, Me., via S. 

of Ireland and Fleuiis!! Cap 2847 

22 Liverp(iol to Portland, Me., via S. 

of Ireland and S. Ntld. Bank 2906 

23 Liverpool to Boston, Mass., via N. 

of Ireland and Cape Race 2807 

24 Liverpool to Boston, Mass., via S. 

of Ireland and Cape Race 28.30 

25 Liverpool to Boston, Mass., via S. 

of Ireland and Flemish tap '.'894 

26 Liverpool to Boston, Mas.s., via S. 

of Ireland and S. NHd. Bank 2958 

27 Liverpool to New York via south 

of Ireland and Cape Race *3o34 

[♦This is the shortest distance 
that can be made.] 

28 Liverpool to New York tlirect, not 

calling at Queenstown *3108 

[♦This is the distance given by 
the Cunard Company on the 
route taken by their steamers, 



No. Milks. 

but the distance varies a little 
upon each voyage.] 

29 Liverpool to New \ork, average 

distance 3105 

30 (ilasgow to (iuebec via Belle Isle... 2564 

31 Glasgow to (Quebec via Cape Race.. 2732 

32 Gla.sgow to Chathiim, N. B., via 

Belle Isle 2329 

33 Glasgow to Chatham, N. B., via 

Cape Race 2434 

34 (ilasgow to North Sydney, C.B 22)2 

35 (ilasgow to Louisburg, C. B 2205 

;;6 (ila.-gowto Halifax. N.S 2381 

37 Glasgow to St John. N. B 2631 

38 (ilasgow to Portland, Me 2696 

39 (ilasgow to Bo.ston 2738 

40 (ilasgow to New York 2941 

41 Loch Ryan to Quebec via Belle Isle 2513 

42 Loch Ryan to (Quebec via Cape Race 2681 

43 Loch Ryan to Chatham via Belle 

Isle 2278 

44 Loch Ryan to Chatham via Cape 

Race 2383 

45 Loch Ryan to North Sydney 2161 

46 Loch Ryan to Ixmisburg 2154 

47 Loch Ryan to Halifax 2330 

48 Loch Ryan to St. John, N. B 2580 

49 Belfast to Quebec via Belle Isle 2521 

50 Belfast to (Quebec via Cape Race.... 2689 

51 Belfast to North Sydney 2169 

52 Belfast to Louisburg 2162 

.53 Belfast to Halifax 2340 

54 Belfast to St. John, N. B 2590 

55 Dublin to Quebec via north of Ire- 

land and Helle Isle 2619 

56 Dublin to (Quebec via north of Ire- 

land and Cape Race 2787 

57 Dublin to Halifax 24(i9 

5S Dublin to St. John, N. B 2659 

59 Milford Haven to (Quebec via Fast- 

net and Belle Isle 2587 

60 Miltord Haven to (Quebec via Fast- 

net and Cape Race 2706 

61 Milford Haven to Chatham 2408 

62 Milford Haven to North .Sydney .. 2186 

63 Millord Haven to Louisburg 2179 

64 Millord Haven to .St. John, N. B.... 2603 

65 London to Halifax 2723 

66 London to St. John, N. B 2973 

t)7 London to Portland, Me., via Cape 

Race 3033 

68 Antwerp to Halifax 2767 

69 Antwerp to St. John, N. B 3017 

70 v'ape Race to Halifax 470 

71 Cape Race to St. John, N. B 720 

72 Sable Island to Halifax 169 

73 Sable Island lo St. John, N. B 393>^ 

74 Halifax to St. John, N. B 277 

75 Halifax to Portland, Me 336 

76 liut>bec to Montreal (from the Mar- 

ket wharf, Quebec, to the Allan 
wharf, Montreal) 140 



FEATHERS DTED ALL SHADES, 



Sea Signals. 



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. 2383 

. 21G1 

. 2154 

. 2330 

. 2580 

. 2521 
2689 
21«9 
21t)2 
2340 
2590 

26 19 

':;87 

24119 
2659 

I 2587 

2706 
2408 
n86 
2179 
2603 
2723 
2973 

3033 
2767 
3017 
470 
720 
169 
393>^ 
277 
336 



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SEA SIGNALS. 

The following is a description of the Colors displayed from the Signal Station 
at the Custom House on the arrival of Vessels in the offing: 



Code 
Signal. 



Description. 

For a Ship. 



Code 
Sigual. 



C Pennant white, with red spot. 
L Blue and Yellow (four checks). 
J Rlut, white, blue (horizontal). 

Bark. 

C Pennant white, with red spot. 

K Yellow and blue (vertical). 

T Red, white and blue (^vertical tri-color). 

F F'enna/it red, with wnite spot. 

Brig. 

C Pennant white, with red spot. 

M Blue, with white cross from corner to 

(!orner. 
H White and red (vertical). 
N Blue and white (sixteen checks). 

Brigantine. 

Pennant white, with red spot. 

M Blue, with cross from corner to corner. 

H White and red (vertical). 

S White, Blue centre. 

Topsail or three-masted Schooner. 

C Pel. ant white, with re<l spot. 

M Blue, with white cross from corner to 

corner. 
H White and red (vertical), 

Steamer. 

C Pennant white, with red spot. 

M Blue, with white cross from corner to 

corner. 
D l^ennant blue, with white spot. 

Sqnare-Rigged Vessel. 

D Pennant blue, with white spot. 

R Red, with yellow cross (veriicul and 

horizontal). 
C Pennant white, with red spot. 
P Blue, with white centre. 

Man of War. 



Pennant white, with red spot. 
Blue and yellow (four checks).' 
White, with red cross from corner to 
corner. 



De.scription. 

6nn-Boat. 



D Pennant blue, with white spot. 

C Pennant white, with red spot. 

G I'ennant yellow and blue. 

J Blue, white and blue (horizontal). 

Vessel in Tow. 

F Pennant red, with white spot. 
11 Red swallow-tail (burgee). 
L. Blue and yellow (four checks). 
V White, with red cross from corner to 
corner. 

Several Vessels in Sight. 

C Pennant white, with red spot. 
S White, with blue centre. 
H White and red (vertical). 

Several Sail. 

C Pennant white, with red spot. 
L. Blue and yellow (four checks). 
K Yellow and blue (vertical). 

Want a Pilot. 

M Blue, with white cross from corner to 

corner. 
B Red swall(jw-tail (burgee). 
H White and red .'vertitall. 

Want a Tng. 

P Blue, with white centre. 

N Blue and white (si.\te(^n checks). 

Want Assistance. 

H White and red (vertical). 
B Itcd swallow-tail (burgee). 

In Distress -Want Assistance. 

N lilue and white (sixteen ctiecks). 
C I'ennant white, with red spot. 

Boat in Distress. 

H White and red (vertical). 
K Yellow and blue (vertical). 

Boat Adrift. 



J Blue, white, blue (horizontal). 
D l^eiinaut blue, with white sjtot. 
N Blue and white (si.xteen checks). 

In future the letters K R V for "Send a Tug- to Me" {or to Vessel 
in direction pointed out) will be displayed at the Signal Station for V'essels 
requiring a tug. 

The letters P N for ** Want a Tug,** when exhibited, to i)e understood 
as an urgent danger or distress signal, and in answer to those made by the 
same, or an Ensign Union down. 

For further information see International Code, or inijuire at Signal Station. 

J. Drake. 



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ALMANAC. 

Calculated for St. John, N. B. Latitude 45° 16^ N. and longitude 66° 4' W. 
from Greenwich ; and will serve with sufficient accuracy for all parts of the 
Provinces of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. 

Calculated, reduced and compiled by B. A. Stamkrs, Navigation School, 
St. John, N. B. 

Principal Articles of the Calendar for the Tear 1898. 

Golden Number IS • Dominical Letter B 

Epact 7 Roman Indication 11 

SolarC/yele 3 Julian Period (Year of) 6611 



Fixed and Movable Festivals, Anniversaries, Etc. 



,i5 



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4: 



k 



* 



Epiphany Jan. G 

Septuagesima Feb. G 

Quin(iuagesima — 

Shrove Sunday " 20 

Ash Wednesday " 23 

Quadragesima — 

First Sunday in Lent " 27 

St. David Mar. 1 

St. Patrick " 17 

Annunciation — Lady Day... " 25 

Palm Sunday April 3 

Good Friday " 8 

Easter Sunday " lU 

Low Sunday " 17 

St. George." " 23 

Rogation Sunday May 15 



Ascension — Holy Thursday. May 19 

Birth of Queen Victoria " 24 

Pentecost— Whit Sunday.... " 29 

Trinity Sunday June 5 

Corpus Christi " 9 

Accession of Queen Victoria " 20 

Proclamation " 21 

St. John Baptist — 

Midsummer Day " 24 

St. Michael- 
Michaelmas Day Sept. 29 

Birth of Prince of Wales.. .Nov. 9 

First Sunday in Advent " 27 

St. Andrew.' " 30 

St. Thomas Dec. 21 

Christmas Day " 25 



on 



The year 5G59 of the Jewish Era coiiimeiiccs on September 17, 1898. 

Ramadan (month of abstinence observed l)y the Turk) conunences 
January 24, 1898. 

The year 1316 of Mohammedan Era commences on May 22, 1898. 

These, and other Fea,sts, Anniversaries, etc., will be found in the columns 
of the Calendar. 



Eiplanation of Astronomical Symbols and Abbreviations. 



© 



© 

h 

m 

s 



The Sun. 
The Moon. 
Mercury. 
Venus. 
The Earth. 
Hours. 
Minutes. 
Seconds. 



I cf Mars. 
i 'Jj. Jtijiiter. 
I h Saturn. 

f Uranus. 
Neptune. 
° Degrees. 
'' Minutes of Arc. 
''' Seconds of A re. 



Or. Hel. Lat.— Greatest Heliocentric Latitude. 



O^ Conjunction. 

[J (Quadrature. 

(P Opposition. 

^^ .Ascending Node. 

t") De.scending Node. 

N. North : S. South. 

E. East; W. West. 

M. Morning; A. Afternoon. 



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Signs and Influences of the Zodiac. 



Spring 
Signs 

Snnuntr 
Signs 



1. T' Ari.s, heiid. 

2. Ti Taiitus, neck. 
;'.. U ( ifiiiini. arms. 
4. '-■". Cancer, breast. 
■";. f y Leo, heart. 

♦>■ ITf' Virgfj, bowels. 



Autninn 
Signs 

Winter 
.Signs 



Lil>ra, reins. 
} S. tn Scorpio, secrets. 
( 0. ;^ Sagittarius, thighs. 
( 10. ^i5 (apricornus, knees. 
-11. -r^ A(|uariiis, legs. 
( 12. K Pis^ces, feet. 



The Seasons. 

The Sun enters T (Spring begins) March 20tli, lOh. M. 
" " 6g (Summer begins) .June 21st, fill. M. 

" >' ^ (Autumn begins) September 22n(l, Oli. A. 

" " :5 (Winter begins] December 21st, oh, > 

The E(piin(>xe> occur when Spring and Autumn begin, and the Solstices at 
tlie beginning ot' Summer and Winter. 

Eclipses, Etc. 

In the year l«!t8 there will bethree Eclipses of the Sun and threeof the Moon. 

I. A Pautiai. Kclipsk of the Moon— January 7th, visible at St. .John. 
The Moon will rise 4h. oSm. A., and set Th.Min. M. Mh. First con- 
tact with the Penumbra, Jan. 7th, 4h. 47m. A. ; middle of the eclipse, 



Jan. 



"th, 7h. 21m. A.\ last contact with the I'enund)ra, Jan. 7th, 9h. 



o4m. A., mean time at St. John. 
II. .\ ToTAi> Kcl.ipsK OF TtfK Six Januarv 22nd, invisible at St. John, 
iiegins on the Earth generally Jan. 22nd. Oh. 22m. M., in Ion. 21° 3()' 
E. of (ireenwich, and lal. 0°. 2H' N. Central eclipse begins generallv 
Jan. 22nd, lb. 2')n). M., in Ion. it° 46' E. of (ireenwich, and lat. 11° 14^ 
Ends on the Earth generally Jan. 22ud, oh. 2i»m. M., in Ion. 110° 



7' E. of (ireenwich. and lat. 



3t)' N. 



III. A Partial Eci.ii'sk of thk Moon — Julv 3rd, invisible at St. Joh 



)/ 



n. 

The Moon will rise Sh. Oni. A., and set 4li. 4t)m. M.4th. First contact 
with the Penumbra, July Ikd, 2h. 4m. A.; middle of the eclipse, July 
3nl, 4h. 30iii. A. ; last contact with the Penundira, July .Srd, 7h. 3m. A., 
mean time at St. John. 
JV. Ax Annular E(LII'.se <>k tuk Sfn — Julv 18th, invisil>le at St. John. 
Begins on the Earth generally July iStli, dh. 39m. A., in Ion. 158° 2 
AV. of (ireenwich, and lat. lo" 38' S. Central eclipse begins generallv 
July Isth, 2h. 12m. A., in Ion. Ifi9° 28' W. of Cireenwich, and lat. .39° 
17' S. Ends (»n the Earth generallv Julv 18tli, oh. 48nL .\., in Ion. 
84° 14' W. of (ireenwich, and lat. 4o° 38 'S. 
V. A Partial Eclii'sk of thk Sun — December 12th, invisible at St. John. 
Begins on the Earth generally Dec. loth, 7h. 13m. M., in Ion. 161° 14' 
W. of (ireenwich, and lat. <)t(° 18' S. Greatest eclipse, Dec. 13th, 7h. 
31m. M., ill Ion, 174° 3.')' E. of (ireenwich, and lat. 66° '):V S. Ends 
on the e;irtli i,'enerallv Dec. 13th, 7h. -^rim. M., in Ion. 151° 12' E. of 



( ire 



enw 



i(h, and lat. 6.5° 16' S. 



\'I. A Totai, Eclipse of thk Moon— December 27lh, visible at St. Johi 



The .Moon will rise 4h. 32ui. A., ami set 7li. 52m. .\1. 2sth. First c 

)f tl 



on- 



Kklle ot tlie eclipse, 



tact with the Penumbra, Dec. 27th, 4h. 3m. A. 

Deo. 27th, 7h. lOm. A.; last contact with the Penumbra, Dec. 2tth 

lOh. 17tn. A., mean time at St. Jdliii. 



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Morning and Evening Stars — Explanatory 



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Morning and Evening Stars. 

Vkkus is a morning slar until February lotii, when she is in superior con- 
junction with the sun. then an evening star until December, and a morning 
stnr for the remainder of the year. 

Mars is a morning star throughout the year. 

JrPlTKB is a morning star until March 2oth, When he is in opposition to 
the Sun, then an evening star until October 13th, and a morning star for the 
remainder of the vear. 



Explanatory. 

Annular Eclipse — An eclipse of the Sun, in which its whole disk is covered 
by the Moon, except a bright outer ring. 

Aphelit>n — The point of a Planet's orbit farthest from the Sim. 

Apogee — That part of the Moon's orbit farthest from the Earth. 

Astronomical Dav is reckoned from noon to noon through the 24 hours. 
Thus, July 21, 9h., js 9h. A. of July 21. and July 21. loh.. is 3h. M. of July 22. 

Conjunction — A Planet directly between the Earth and the Sun is said to 
be in Inferior Conjunction with the Sun. A Planet with the Sim directly be- 
tween it and the Earth is said to be in Superior Conjunction with the Sun. 
Planets are said to be in conjunction with each other, or with the Moon, when 
they are in the same sign and degree. 

Declination — The distance of a heavenly body from the Equinoctial, mea- 
sured north or south, in degrees or iniuutes, on a Meridian. 

Ecliptic — The plane of the Earth's orbit, so called because Eclipses can 
take place only when the Moon is on or near it. 

Elongation — The distance of a Planet from the Sun as seen from the Earth. 

Equinoctial — The circle in the heavens traced by the Earth's Equator. 

Node — That part of the orbit of a heavenly body which intercepts the Ec- 
liptic. If the body is passing from south to north, it is called the Ascending 
Node ; if from north to south. Descending. 

Opposition — A Planet with the Earth directly between it and the Sim is 
said to be in opposition to the Sun. 

Penumbra — That portion of space around the shadow of the Earth, in pass- 
ing through which the Moon iliminishes in brightness in conseciuence of a 
part only of the Sun's rays reaching her surface. 

Perigee — That part of the Moon's orbit nearest to the Earth. 

Perihelion — That part of the Planet's orbit nearest to the Sun. 

Quadrature— Two heavenly bodies are said to be in Quadrature when they 
are distant from each other l>y ^le-fourth of the Zodiac, or three signs apart. 

The Sun's Declination and fast or slow of clock are given for apparent noon 
or time of passing the Meridian of St. John. 

The Moon s Southing is given in Astronomical time for the Meridian Pas- 
sage at St. John; and her Declination, when on the Meridian. 

The Rising and Setting of the Moon are given for every day in the year. 

To find the length of the day, subtract the time of sunrise from 12 hours, 
and to the dillerence add the time of sunset. 

To find the length of the night, subtract the time of sunset from 12 hours, 
and to the diflerence add the lime of sunrise next niorninsr. 



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Tides. 

WIhii tlif Moon is iK'!ir tilt' Full, mikI cluinjre, the Ti<k's rise higlier than 
iisiiiil tlicsc Mi-c (nihil Spring Tides; iiixl when the Moon is near her first 
and third (|iiarti'rs the Tides rise hssthan usual —these are called Neap Tides. 
If the Moon neiir the full or ehanv;e is in her Perigee, or nearest approach to 
the ^'lartli, it will lie \i'\y high tides, and if at that time she is in her Apogee, 
or fartlnst distance iVoni the Farth, the Tides will How ninch less. 

On account ot' the distiirhing force of the winds it is not possihie at tin)es 
(hy astronomical calcidations) to predict the exact tinie and heiglit of high 
and low water; when ihe winds hlow strong on shore, the eftect is to increase 
the Tides and make them later, hut when the winds hlow ofl" shore, the efPect 
is to dirninish them and m:tke tlu-m earlier. 

'{'he ri(hs in the Calendar are the Morning and Afternoon Tides at St. John 
and Charlottetown. In the Title Tahle (page o'.O will he found Constants for 
linding the time of High Water at each of the places given in the table. 

It will sometimes bi' foimd that when a Constant is added to the time of 
High Wal -r at the port of refeicnce the sum exceeds 12 hours; in this case 
siditr.'ict I- hours tVoin the sum and the remainder will be the time of High 
Water at the reipiired port on the succeeding afternoon or morning, according; 
as the Tiile at the port of reference was a Morning or .\fternoon Tide. 

KXAMI'LK. 

llinh Waler at St. .lohii, .laiaiary 8th llli. 34ui. M. 

.MKiicltm, ;uid 54ni. 

121i. 28m. 
Subtract l'2h. DOni. 

|[i^ll WattTat Moneton, January 8th Oh. 2Siu. A. 

it will sometimes he found that a Constant to he subtracted is greater tlian 

llu' time of High Water at the |iort of reference ; in this case add 12 hours to 

the time at the port, siilitract the Constant, and the remainder will be the time 

of Higii Water at the itujuited place foi the previous .Morning or Afternoon, 

according as the Tide at the port of reference was an .Afternoon or Morning Tide. 

KXAMI'I.K. 

Hi},'h AValiTal Chailottoti.wii, .Jaimarv 11th Oh. "lOtii. A. 

Add 12h.(i0in. 

12li. 5oin. 
Newcastle, lieauliere Island, -iililrael 4h. 15in. 

High Wr.tt'r ai lieaulxre Island, .lanuary llth Sh. Uoin. .M. 



If 



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Forecasting the Weather. 

Men li:ive. from a very i-arly period, studied the weather, on account of its 
great inlluence on ilieir pursuits, in order, if possible, to predict its nature, and 
prevent those losses to the farnn'r and the sailor which result from violent 
storms. 

The earlier students based their predictions on the phases of the moon, but 
an examination of ihe (Greenwich ob^ervatituis for more than half a century 
has shown that iliis theory is entirely unfounded. Weather prophets like 
Moore. Zadkiel and Wnnor claim in their almanais to he able to forecast the 
weather day by day lor a whole year; hut nieteoiologieal science in the British 
Isles, and the Simi.d Serviie of the Cnited Stall's, with the Weather Bureau 
«>t tln' hominion. doe< not claim to ibrecast, with any certainty, the weather 
for more than three or four day>> at tiie most. 

CARPENrERS' TOOLS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE OF EVERY 



Tide Table. 



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If an observer oould obtain, at regular or repeated intervals, readings of 
tlK- barometer at stations distributed over a large area, be would be enabled 
to trace tlie tnarcb of the atorm, for it has been found that the wind always 
lijiiws towards the place of the lowest barometer reading; and so, by means of 
tlic telegraph, he may warn those places the storm is approaching. Still, 
mistakes are often made, and the forecasts are not always infallible, so that 
iiimh remains to be done before meteorology can be marked among the exact 
sciences. 



Tide Table. 

Tlio time of high water in the following places will be found approxi- 
iiiaitly by adding to or subtracting from the time of high water at the given 
port of reference, as follows : 

Sign I add; Sign — std)tract. 

PORT OF REFKRENCE — ST. .JOHN, N. B. 

Bay of Fund}/, New Brwiu^wick, 

H. M. n. 

Macliias, Seal Island — 16 

Seal Cove, Grand Manan .. .. — 27 
(hand Harbor, Cirand Manan 



-0 14 

Fish Head —0 5 

\Ve>tQuoddy —0 9 

Caiiipobello, Welshpool — 

St. Andrews —0 31 

—0 2 



l-tang 



M. 

14 



Lepreaux — 

Quaco \-i) 

Spicer's Cove, Cape C!hignecto • 14 

(Jrindstone Island {0 26 

Folly Point, Mouth of Petit- 

codiac 28 

Cumberland Basin, Sackville • 34 

Moncton i 54 



Bay of Fnndy, Nova Scotia 
H. M. 



Cipe Sable, Clam Point —2 54 



I'liliuico 



Clark's Harbor,.. —2 



— 1 

— 1 
— 1 
— 1 

1 



56 
54 
32 



27 
17 
12 



-0 4S 



\rt.'ylc, Jones' Anchorage ... 

Seal Island, Cape Sable 

I'.llen wood's Anchorage, 

.b'li(»UMC 

Y;iniioiuh 

K. Sandy Cove, St. Mary's Bay 

Fttite Passage ' .*. —0 48 

Atlantic. Coast, Nova Scotia, 

H. M. 

Negro Harbor — 3 9 

Kiiyned Island —3 22 

Port Mouton —3 17 

Liverpool Bay — 3 31 

(ape La Have — 3 33 

Malione Bav — 3 36 

Margaret Bay —3 34 

Sal>le Island, North Side — 3 51 

South Side —4 51 



n. IM. 

(irrand Passage — 38 

W.SandyCove.St.Mary'sBav —0 34 

Digby Gut —0 21 

Port CJeorge — (» 4 

Isle Haute —0 

Black Rock f-0 

Spencer's A nchorage f 

Parrsboro, Minas Basin ' 

Horton Bluff, Minas Basin... rl 
Noel Bav r 1 





s 

21 

56 

9 

20 



Halifax Harbor. 
Jedore Harbor . 



H. M. 

—3 32 

-3 36 

Ship Harbor — 3 27 

Lisct»mb Harbor — 3 21 

Countrv Harbor — 3 41 

—3 21 



Whitehaven 

Canso Harbor — 3 33 

—3 1 



Guysborough 



DESCRIPTION CHEAP AT HORNCASTLE'S, ST. JOHN. 



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60 TiDK Tablk— How to Find ihe Latftude. 

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Cape Bretim hlaiul. 
H. M. 



Port Hood -^ '21 

Criii of ("iinso, North —'2, 6 

iMabon KiviT — '-^ '^^ 

Cape North —"'^ '-^l 

St. Anno Hay —2 47 

New Eiujland Co(i»t 
H. M. 

HoKton r>i«hl —0 !» 

Salem — <> V) 

Ciloneester Harbor —0 17 

Ipswicli -f ^ ''^ 

Newl)iiryporl • <> 1 

POKT OK KKFKKKNCK — 



Sydney Harbor ... 

Mena(li>n i5ay 

Louisbiirj; Harbor 

iSt. Teter Hay 

Arichat 



Portsmouth 

Portland 

Kennebec K., Hanniwell's Pt. 
Mount Desert Isbmd 



H. 


M. 


—3 


() 


—3 


(i 


—3 


21 


—3 


51 


3 


11 


H. 


M. 


-fo 


2 


40 


4 


— 


H 


-0 






CHAKLOTTETOWN, I'. K. I. 

Ninlhumlurland Sti'(tit», N. S, 

II. M. 

Wallaee Harbor 

Puf^wash Harbor 

Bale Verte 



Pietou Harbor -0 45 

Caribou Harbor — 45 

Amet Sound — 15 

Talanuigouche.. — 45 

Prince Edward hlnnd 



II. M. 



2 

.—2 
2 

-1 



15 
5 
5 

45 



Kast Point 

Houybloii Harbor 

( anliuaii Hav 

Cape Hear 

Head of Hillsl)orougb River 

Crapaiid —0 45 

Hede(|ue Harbor —0 30 

Mineuuigash 



! 15 



15 



Egmont 

Cascumpeque Harbor 
Riflimond Harbor .. .. 

( ape Turner 

<irand Rustieo 

Traeadie 

St. Peter's Harbor 



(iulf of Si, Lawrence. 



Shediac Harbor 

Jourimain Island 

Richibui'to River 

point Escuniinac 

Beauli^re Island, Miramiohi 

RivHi- 

Sheldrake Island 

Misc'ou 



H. M. 

t2 15 



-1 

4 
5 

-4 
-4 
-3 



15 
45 
•25 

15 
45 
45 



Cara(piette 

Shippegan 

Bathurst 

Campbell ton, Restigouche Riv 

Dalhousie Harbor 

Gasp<^ I^asin 

Magdalen Islands 

St. Paul Island 



H. M. 


-0 15 


-0 15 


— 45 


U. M. 


-7 45 


-5 05 


-4 45 


- 4 35 


—4 5 


—3 45 


-2 15 


H. M. 


) 3 55 


4-4 57 


4-4 30 


+5 45 


4-4 55 


4-3 55 


—2 25 


2 45 



To Find the Latitude by a Meridian Altitude of the Sun. 

The Siui's Declination in the (.'alendars of the Month are for the Meridian 
of St. .John, N. B., l)ut will serve witli sulHcient accuracy to obtain the Lati- 
tude by Meridian .Mtitude of tlie Sun on any [lart of the coast of New Bruns- 
wick and Nova Scotia, and on the coast of Maine and Massachusetts, in the 
United Stales. 

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How TO Find the Latitude. 



61 



Shoes of aU Rinds, WATERBURT & RISING. 61 King and 212-214 Union Sts. 

Rule. — At noon obtain the altitude of the Sun by a sextant or (juadrant; 
!i(l(l 12 miles to that altitude to obtain the true altitude ; subtract the true 
iiltitude from 90° 0^, and you will have the Sun's Zenith distance, which you 
will natiie North, as the Sun will always bear to the South at noon on tliat 
coast. Under the Zenith distance place the Sun's Declination for that day. 
Then if the Declination and Zenith distance are of ditlerent names, their 
(llfffrnice will be the Latitude ; if they are of the same name, their huth will be 
the Latitude. 

H.rample.—\^9S, February "^rd, at noon, off Cape Sable, N. S., the observed 

altitude of the Sun was 30" 20^, bearing South. Required the ship's latitude. 

Observed Altitude .30° 20' S. 

Correction 4- 12 

True Altitude , 30 U? 

90 00 

Zenith distance 69 28 N.) Different 

Declination P'ebruary 3rd Ifi 23 S.j names s'.ib. 

Latitude 13 05 N. 

Example 2. — 1898, April 7th, at noon, off Mt. Desert Rock, coast of Maine, 

r. S., the observed altitude of the Sun was 52° 52', bearing South. Required 

the ship's latitude. 

ftbserved Altitude 52° 52' S. 

Correction ^ 12 

True Altitude 5:04 ~ 

90 00 

Zenith distanci'.. '."Ifi 55 N.| Same 

Declination April 7th 6 59 N. j names add. 

Latitude 43 55 




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Kull M.)on 7 K 00 A. 3 11 20 M. 11 11 M. r> 4(; M. 

Last Quarter 15 1120M. 10 11 30 M. 11 7 M. 5 20 M 

N,.w Moon .. 22 3 1 M. 17 11 41 M. 11 2M. 4 53 M 

2'.M0 '.IM. 24 11 51 M. 10 5SM. 4 26 M 



(C LjihI l^iarter 
New Moon, ., 
1 3 First < Quarter 



(C Apogee, 4d. llli. M. | C IVri^ee, 20(1. 8h. M. 



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VNM. 7 4(;4 2() 



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Fri. 7 45 4 2S 22 11) 



Sat. 



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Snn. 7 44 1 31 22 3 



Mo. 7 44 4 ;'.2 21 54 1 7 56 7 56 14 35 l> 33 8 52 TtP 
Tue. 7 13 4 :'>3 21 44 8 ID '.» 4 15 19 n 3 56 9 14 



Wd. 7 43 4 34 'si 34 S 43 10 II 16 3 s 1 58 34 
Th. 7 42 4 36 21 'M 9 5 11 20 a 16 48 7 54 9 55 ^^■ 



h. 111. li. III. " ' 

iSat. 7 45 4 22 s22 5S 

2 Snn. 7 46 4 23 22 53 

3 Mo. 7 46 4 24 22 47 

4 Tie. 7 46 4 25 22 41 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 
116 
117 

18 

19 
,20 

21 

22 

23 

24 
!25 
'26 

27 
; 28 Fri. 7 314 56 

20 Silt. 7 29 4 57 
, 30 Snn. 7 28 4 59 
131 Mo. 7 27 5 8 



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4 27 

4 55 
22 

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6 15 
6 41 



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1 8 


8 56 


24 36 


3 41 


1 44 


9 44 


25 59 


4 44 


2 3S 


10 36 


26 8 


5 41 


3 36 


11 27 


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Sal. 7 41 4 39 21 12 9 49 31 m IS 2(; 18 40 10 39 TTl 
Sun. 7 40 1 40 20 51 10 9 1 45 19 



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25 25 li 44m ^ 
Tue. ,7 38 4 43 20 27 10 47 4 18 21 28 26 14 30a ;iS 



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\Vd.7 38 4 44: 20 14 1 n ,5 5 26 



•2 33 ' 24 59 1 30 



Th. 1 7 38 4 45 i 20 01 11 '!3 6 24 23 35 I 2! 51 2 42 

Kri. i7 37 4 46 19 48 U 40 7 8 \ 4 2 

Sat. 7 36 4 48 19 34 11 55 7 45 33 17 !4 5 21 



Sun. 

Mu. 
Tue 
\V(i. 
Th. 



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7 35 4 50 19 6 12 25 8 40 
7 34 4 52 18 51 12 3S 9 

33 4 53 18 36 12 51 9 22 

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HIGH WATER, Local Mean Time, at 



* Saint John, N. B. Charlottet'n, P. 1. 1. 
Morning Afternoon Morning Afternoon 



Ih. A. 9 in ('j. CircninclHion. 
(it'neml Wolfe born, 1727. 
Hattle of IVincetor 1777. 
Alli.ince of tlu' Hague, 1717. 
Kifhmond Ixirned, 178(1. 
Kpiphany. (jiuus. SiimtuT Itorn, 1811. 
C ecli|)se(l. Earl Kimherlev h. 1826. 
Ki'<i Kiver insurree. '70. Spring tides. 
Ist Sunday after Epiphany. 
Foot bridge, Niagara, blown down, '89. 
Oh. A. ^ greatest Hel. Lat. N. 
(.'has. Ikgot, (iovernor (ieneral, 1842. 
Large fire in St. John, N. K., 1837. 

ih. A. t4 cT (C- '4 7°r/N. 

France g'ted land to Latoiir, St. John, 
2iid Sunday after Epijdiany. [1635. 
Menjaniin Franklin horn, 1706. 
Ah. A. I? .y (C. b 5° 4(K N. 
Edgar A. Poe, poet, born, 1809. 
Noon ^ cT (C- ^4° 12' N. 
(v) eclip.sed. Treaty Peace, fit. Britain, 
'' France and S|>ain, 1783. 
3ril Snnday after Epiphany. Spring 
Frederick "the Great I). 1712. [tides. 
Princess Koval married, 18r)8. 
General Gordon killed, 1885. 
Mail stages estab. bet. t^iiebec-Mon- 
Paris capitulated, '71. [treal. 1721. 
I'irst reformed parliament, 1833. 
4th Sunday after Flpiphanv. 
Rev. C. H. Spurgeon died,' 181)2. 



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7 53 

8 44 

9 32 
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11 34 

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23 



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9 4 
9 48 

10 29 

11 8 
11 45 

11 
48 



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ni. 1 


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27 


6 


23 


7 


17 


8 

u 


8 



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1 39 

2 20 

3 4 
3 53 



1 

2 
2 

3 
4 



26 
6 
49 
36 
27 



9 40 

10 20 

10 58 

11 35 

24 

1 3 

1 44 

2 28 

3 17 



4 48 


5 24 


4 12 


5 49 


6 2(; 


5 13 


6 54 


7 30 


6 18 


8 2 


8 33 


7 46 : 


9 9 


9 32 


8 33 


10 10 


10 28 


9 34 


11 4 


11 22 


10 28 , 



11 4 


11 22 


11 5(! 




14 


46 


1 5 


1 34 


1 55 


2 22 


2 45 


3 11 ; 



11 20 

29 



3 36 

4 28 

5 21 

6 16 



4 
4 



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5 47 

6 42 



1 
2 
3 



19 
9 


3 52 

4 45 

5 40 I 



h. til. 

5 52 

6 47 

7 40 

8 28 

9 12 
9 53 

10 32 

11 9 
11 46 

12 

50 

1 30 

2 13 

3 

3 51 

4 48 

5 50 
(J 54 

7 57 

8 56 

9 52 

10 46 ! 

11 38 
10 

58 

1 46 

2 35 

3 26 

4 18 

5 11 

6 6 



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<»f the De])artment of Marine and Fisheries, ba.sed on direct observations 
1)1' the tides obtained by means of self-registering gauges, which are kept 
in continuous operation, day and night, throughout the year. Reduced 
uom Standard Time for the 60t]i Meri<liaii, to St. Joliii Local 
TUne, which is 24 minutes slower than Atlantic Standard Time for the 
(iOtli Meridian. 



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d 


. h. ni. 




D| 9 Souths 
1 h. m. 


(^ Souths 
h. ra. • 


Qj. Souths 


h. m. 


© Full Moon ( 


5 2 OA 


, 


3 3 A. 


10 52 M. 


3 46 M. 


JC Last Ciiiarter, 18 8 il A 


• 


10, 11 A. 


10 47 M. 


3 18 M. 


! A New Moon, 20 3 17 A 


, 


17, 18 A. 


10 42 M. 


2 49 M. 


' 3 First (^ iarter 28 6 49 M 


. 


24 23 A. 


10 37 M. 


2 19 M. 


! (C M 


)ogee, Id 

SUN. 


. 4h. M. 


I_C 


^ Perigee, 17d. 3h. M. 


1*1 


^ 


MOON. 


1 ci 1 


S Ris's. Sets. ! Declin. : 


SlwofOlk.' 
lu. a. 


Rises. ; 

h. m. 


Souths. Declin. i Sets. Place. 


h. in. h. ni. ° ' 1 


h. m. 


° ', h. m 




ITne.' 


7 26 5 2 


sl6 58 1 


S 13 51 


31 A 


8 29 


n26 121 3 33m 


69 


2W(1. 


7 25 5 3 


16 41 


13 58 


1 2t) 


9 20 


25 34 4 2/ 


^ 


: 3 


Th. 7 23 5 5 


16 23 


14 .5 


2 27 


10 10 


23 3S 5 14 


^ 


4 Fri. 7 22 5 H 


16 5 


14 10 


3 31 


10 59 


20 31 5 53 


8? 


6 Sat. 7 21 5 8 


15 47 


14 15 


4 38 


11 47 


16 23 6 27 


w 


6Snn.7 20.-) 9 


15 28 


14 19 


5 45 


12 32 


11 25 6 56 


w 


' 7 Mo. 7 1,S5 11 


15 10 


14 22 


6 54 


13 17 


>f 5 51 ' 7 19 


lAi 


8Tiie.7 16 5 13 


15 41 


14 21 


8 2 


14 2 


8 3 7 40 


UTI 


; 9Wd. 7 loo 14 


14 31 


14 26 


9 11 


14 47 


6 4 8 2 


tn 


10 Th. 7 13 5 1(> 


14 12 


14 27 


10 22 


15 34 


11 5r 8 23 


m 


11 Fri. 


7 12 5 17 


13 52 


14 27 


11 33 a 


16 23 


17 8 8 46 


7f 


12 Sat. 


7 115 18 


13 32 


14 26 


Morn. 


17 16 


21 3i ' 9 13 


^' 


13 


Snn. 


7 9 5 20 


13 12 


14 24 


48 m 


18 14 


24 39 ' 9 44 


^ 


14 


Mo. 


7 8 5 21 


12 52 


14 22 


2 3 


19 16 


26 6 10 25 


^ 


15 


Tue. 


7 6 5 23 


12 31 


14 19 


3 14 


20 19 


25 42 11 18m 




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Wd.:7 5 5 24 


12 10 


14 15 


4 14 


21 20 


23 27 24 a 


sax '' 


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Th. 


7 3 5 26 


11 49 


14 10 


5 3 


22 19 


19 34 1 37 


K 


18 


Fri. 


7 1 5 27 


11 28 


14 5 


5 42 


23 13 


14 28 2 56 


K 


119 


Sat. 


6 59 5 29 


11 7 


13 59 


6 13 





4 13 


y \ 


20 


Snn. 


(5 57 5 30 


10 45 


13 53 


() 38 


4 


8 38 5 30 


T 


21 


Mo. 


6 56 5 32 


10 24 


13 45 


7 2 


52 


a 2 28 6 42 


T 


22 


Tue. 


6 55 5 33 


10 2 


13 37 


7 23 


1 38 


N 3 40 ; 7 53 


1 


23 VVd. :(•. 53 5 35 9 40 


13 29 


7 46 2 24 


9 27 9 2 




24 


Th. 


6 51 5 36 


9 17 


13 20 


8 8 3 9 


14 40 10 10 




25 


I<ri. 


6 49 5 38 


8 55 


]3 10 


8 34 3 55 


19 4 11 16a 


It 


26 


Sat. 


6 47 5 39 


8 33 


13 


9 5 4 42 


22 31 Morn. 


09 


27 


Snn. 


6 45 5 41 


8 10 


12 49 


9 41 


5 31 


24 52 = 19m 




28 


Mo. 6 4". 5 42' s 7 4S 


s 12 38 


10 24 m' 6 21 


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HIGH WATER, Local Mean Time, at 



Saint John, N. B. Charlottet'n, P. B. I. 
Morning Afternoon; Morning j Afternoon 



1 



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«; 

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10 
111 
12 

A 
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18 
19 

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22 
23 
24 
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First Presidential election, 1789. } 
Peace with Mexico, 184S. j 

Sir Morell Mackenzie died, 1892. | 
9h. M. ^ in 9J. Bat. Mooretield, '64.' 
Rev. D. L. Moody born, 1837. 
Septuagesinaa Sunday. [tides' 

H.M.S. Orpheus lost, 1863. Spring! 
Pope Piuo IX died, 1878 , 

(10) Queen Victoria married, 1840. ' 
6h. A. % cf (C- '4 7° 9' N. 
Edison born, 1847. 
Abraham Lincoln born, 1809. 
5th Sunday after Epiphany. 
St. Valentine's day. 
Ih. M. b CT C- b •')° 30; N. 
Lindley Murray, grammarian, d., '26. 
Hon. D. A. Macdonald born, 1817. 
91'. A. c? cT C- C^ 2° 2^ S. 
Beaeonsfield died, 1881. 
Quinquagesima — Shrove Sunday. 
Greater New York, 1896. Spring 

Bloadiu died at London, '97. [tidesj 
Ash Wednesdav. 
Battle Buena Vista, 184 
Earl of Essex beheaded, 
Victor Hugo born, 1802. 
1st Sunday in Lent. 
51i. A. ^ stationary. 



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8 10 

9 1 
9 47 

10 28 

11 6 
11 42 

6 30 
1 10 

1 53 

2 40 

3 33 

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5 35 

6 46 

7 56 

8 59 

9 57 



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h. m. 



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8 
9 



36 
28 
15 



9 


58 


10 38 


11 


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52 





19 





57 


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37 



20 

8 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

9 21 
10 17 



1 



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7 34 ' 

8 25 , 

9 11 
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11 43 

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3 55 , 

4 59 I 

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28 


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1 11 


1 29 


1 54 


2 13 


2 38 


2 58 


3 24 


3 47 


4 14 


4 40 


5 9 i 



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10 15 

11 5 
11 52 

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53 

1 37 

2 22 

3 11 

4 4 



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7 



m. 


7 52 

8 39 

9 22 
10 2 

10 39 

11 16 
11 54 

21 

1 1 

1 44 

2 32 

3 25 

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5 30 

6 40 

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8 45 

9 41 

10 34 

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MARC EI begins on Tuesday. 



1808. 



d. h. m. 



Dl 9 Souths (^ Souths % Souths 



I© Full Moon 8 5 5 M. 

1^ Ljist Quarter 15 3 24 M. 

A New Moon, 22 4 3 M. 

t^ V'xmi Quarter 30 3 IGM. 



I 3. 
10 
17 
24 



C; Apogee, Id. 3h. M. | (^ Perigee, 14d. lOh. M 



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SUN. 



I Ris's. I Sets. : Declin. jSlw of Clk 

ill. in.|h. in. ° ' III. 8. ! 

7 24 is 12 46 
7 1 ! 12 14 I 

6 38 

6 15 

5 52 



h. m. h. in. h. m. 

29 A. 10 31 M. 1 49 M. 

33 A. 10 25 M. 1 19 M. 

37 A. 10 19 M. 48 M. 

41 A. 10 11 M. 17 M. 
C; Apogee. 28d.9h. A. 

MOON. 



1 Tue.6 42 5 43 s 

2 Wd. 6 41 5 44' 
3;Th. ti 39 5 45 
4'Fri. 6 37i5 46; 

5 Sat. 6 36 5 47 

6 Snn. 6 34 5 49 

7 Mo. 6 32 5 50 

8 Tue. 6 30 5 52 

9 Wd. t; 28 5 W,\ 

10 Th. 6 27 5 54 

11 Kri. 6 25 5 55 

12 Sat. 23 [5 57 

13 San. 6 21 15 58 

14 Mo. 6 19 5 59, 

15 Tue. G 17 6 1 

16 Wd. 6 15 6 

17 Th. ,6 13}6 

18 Fri. 6 11,6 

19 Sat. 6 10'6 

20 Snn. 6 8 6 



5 
4 
4 
3 



21 Mo. (I 

22 Tue. 1 6 

23 VVd.6 

24 Th. 6 

25 Kri. '5 



66 

416 10 

2 6 12 

(16 13 

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21 


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1 33! 
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59 



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11 48 

11 34 

11 20 

11 6 

10 51 

10 .■?() 

10 20 

10 4 

9 48 

9 32 

9 15 

8 58 

8 40 

H 23 

8 5 

7 47 

7 29 

7 11 

6 53 

6 \\\ 

6 16 

5 57 



Rises. 

h. 111. 
11 16 m 

14 a 

1 17 

2 22 

3 30 

4 37 

5 45 

6 57 

8 8 

9 23 
10 .ss 
n 53 a 

Morn. 

1 5 m 

2 5 
2 59 
W 40 
4 13 

4 41 

5 4 
5 27 

5 48 
11 

6 3() 

7 4 



Souths. 

h. in. 

7 12 

8 2 

8 51 

9 38 

10 25 

11 10 

11 55 

12 42 

13 29 

14 19 

15 12 

16 9 

17 10 

18 10 

19 11 

20 10 

21 4 

21 56 

22 44 

23 31 



n25 52 

24 28 
21 52 
18 9 
13 33 

S 11 

N 2 20 

s 3 46 

9 45 

15 21 I 

20 8 

23 41 

25 40 
25 51 



h. m. 

2 18Mi 

3 8 

3 50 

4 25 

4 54 

5 20 

5 43 

6 5 

6 27 
() 50 

7 15 

7 46 

8 25 

9 15 



24 13 10 15 
20 58 11 23m 



16 26 

11 1 

8 5 6 

N 57 



• • ■ • • • 


• • • • ■ • 


15 


() 50 1 


1 1 


12 18; 


1 47 


17 5 


2 34 : 


20 58 



26 Sat. 5 56 6 15 2 23 

27 Snn. 5 54 6 17 2 16 

28 Mo. 5 52;6 18 3 10 

29 Til. 5 516 19 3 .33 

30 \Vd.,5 49 6 20 3 56 

31 Th. '5 47 6 2rN 4 19 s 4 7 7 a 7 31 n19 42 i 2 22m f, 



5 39 


7 39 


3 23 


23 48 


5 20 


8 19 


4 13 


25 27 


5 2 


9 7 


5 3 


25 51 


4 44 


10 2 


5 53 


24 58 


4 25 

A wm 


11 4 m 


() 43 


22 52 



40 a 

1 55 

3 11 

4 24 

5 35 

6 42 

7 51 
S 58 

10 4 

11 7a 
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7m 

5!» , 

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Declin. I Sets. 'Place. 



Ill all our ifniilf^.a' .\li:>'S and HOYS' <:LOTHlNr 

«.• kwi» up ll... timdaid Ml Qwaliiv aiul FiuisI;, m 
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4" and A,i King StrtH-t, 
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OAKUM, TAR, PITCH, BARB WTOE FEKCIlfO, STAPLES AT HORIICASTLE'S. 



W. J. Forbes, Cor. Main-Kennedy Sts., N. E., Is near !he Stesmers' Wbarves. 


1898. MARCH has Thirty-oue Days. 67 


\i 


trir Get your Phosphate 
before the sleighing breaks 


HM WATER, Local Mean Time, at 

1 




^ 


Saint John, N. B. Oharlottet'n, P. E. I. 


O 


up. Albert's THOMAS- 


1 

1 


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PHOSPHATE is the best. 


Morning 


Afternoon Morning Afternoon 




h. m. 


b. m. 1 h. m. h. m. 


1 


St. David. 


5 37 


6 7 5 1 5 31 


2 


8h. M. h D"© 


6 36 


7 2 6 6 26 


3 


Florida admitted, 1 845. 


7 32 


7 53 


6 56 


7 17 


4 


Jos. Monroe, President U.S., 1817. 


8 22 


8 40 


7 48 


8 4 


5 


Thames tunnel opened, 1843. 


9 6 


9 24 ' 8 30 8 48 


A 


2nd Sunday in Lent. 


9 48 


10 6 ; 9 12 1 9 30 


7 


Dr. Muir died, 1882. 


10 28 


10 47 9 52 10 11 


8 


Maritime Bank suspended. 1887. 


11 7 


11 27 i 10 31 11 51 


y 


!)h. A. Qj. cT (C- '4 V'° 4' N. Spring 


11 47 


; 11 11 11 32 i 


10 


Pr. of Wales married, 1863. [tides 


8 


28 11 52 


11 


Cesar Cantu, historian, died, 1895. 


50 


1 11 : 22 i 35 


12 


Sir John Abbott born, 1821. 


1 34 


1 58 58 1 22 


A 


3rd Sunday in Lent. 


2 22 2 49 1 46 i 2 13 


14 


8h. M. T? cT C- b 'r>° 18' N. 


3 16 : 3 44 . 2 40 1 3 8 


15 


P'irst Manitoba Parliament met, 1871 


4 16 


4 47 1 3 40 1 4 11 


1(5 


Noon, 'i Sup. cy (C- [ttg'X. 1896 


5 27 


5 56 4 51 5 20 


17 


St. Patrick. Corbett-Fitzsinmions 


6 46 


7 6 6 10 6 30 


18 


Princess Louise born, 1848. 


7 51 


8 13 7 15 ; 7 37 


19 


9h. A. c^cre r^4°25'S. 


8 50 


9 12 8 14 i S 36 


A 


4th Sunday in Lent. Spring begins. 


9 44 10 5 9 8 9 29 


21 


(20) Bank"N. B. established, 1820. 


10 34 10 53 9 58 : 10 17 


22 


T. Hughes, Q. C, died, 1896. [tides 


11 19 11 36 10 43 110 


2H 


3h. M. ? cT C- 9 6°38'S. Spg. 


Noon. 11 24 11 42 ; 


24 


Union of England and Scotland, 1603 


18 40 4 


25 


Annunciation. Lady dav. 


59 1 19 23 43 : 


2() 


Beethoven died, 1827. 


1 41 1 59 15 1 23 


A 


5lh Sunday in Lent. 


2 25 2 42 , 1 49 ' 2 6 ; 


28 


Canada ceded to France, 1632. 


3 12 3 30 2 36 2 54 i 


2y 


Planet Vesta discovered, 1807. 


4 2 4 25 3 26 3 49 


30 Ih. A. ^ in Porihelion. 


4 55 5 23 4 19 4 47 


31' Battleford burnt by Indians, 1885. 


5 51 1 6 19 5 15 5 43 ' 



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ALL DESORIFTIONS OF COMMERCIAL PRINTING AT McMILLAN'S. 



W. J. PorbeB, Cor-Haln-Kennedy Sts., gella the beat Rnbbeni and Rnbber Boots. 



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LiiHt (^iiiirter, .. 

New Moon, 

First Ciuarter,.. 

(C i 

Q Ris's. Sets. 

It. III. h. in. 



AFKIL begins on Friday. 1898. 

" I D 9 Souths cf Souths: Q^Souths 

d. h. m. h. m. h. ni. I h. in. 

, 6 4 52 A. 3 48 A. 10 2M.ill 29 A. 

.... 13 10 4 M. 10 53 A. 9 54 M. 10 58 A. 

20 5 57 A. 17 59 A. 9 46 M. 10 28 A. 

28 9 41 A. 24 1 5 A. 9 40 M.i 9 58 A. 

'erigee, 9d. 6h. A. | g) Apogee, 25d. 3h. A. 

SUN. I MOON. 



Sut. 

Son. 

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Th. 

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Tue. 
Wil. 
Th. 

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5 29 

5 51 

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54 
55 
57 
58 



7 44 

8 6 
8 29 

8 50 

9 12 
9 34 

9 55 

10 17 

10 37 

10 5S 

11 19 

11 39 

12 00 
12 20 

12 40 

13 00 
13 19 
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13 58 

14 17 
14 36 



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s 3 40 
3 30 
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2 38 
2 20 
2 4 
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42 
26 

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1 37 



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5 48 \ 

7 3 i 

8 8 I 

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12 

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2 44 

3 9 
3 30 

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4 37 

5 5 

5 38 

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9 54 

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J. & A. McHILLAN FURNISH ESTIMATES FOR SOCIETY PRINTING. 



W. J. Forbes, Cor. Main-Kennedy Sts., sells the celebrated Oranby Rubbers. 



1898. 



APRIL has Thirty Days. 



60 



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HIGH WATER, Local Mean Time, at 



Saint John, N. B. I Oharlottet'n, P. E. I. 
Morning Afternoon Morning Afternoon 



1 All Fools Day. 

2 Richard Cobden died, 1865. 
A Palm Sunday. 
4 First public telephone, 1877. 
.') Ri. Hon. W. E. Foster died. 1886. 
(i Mid. 'X cf (C. 'Jj. 6° 52^ N. 

7 Princess Louise born, 1848. Sprin 

8 (iood Friday. [tides. 

9 9h. A. ^i greatest Hel. Lat. N. 
A Easter Sunday. 
II Fort Suniter bombarded, 1861. 
12' Handel died, 1759. 

13' Magdala stormed, 1868. 

14: President Lincoln assassinated, 1865. 

15 Riel expelled from parliament, 1875. 

16 Shakespeare born, 1564. 
A Low Sunday. Hon. Alex. Mackenzie 
18 Virginia seceded, 1861. [died, 1892 
W Baltimore massacre, 1861. 

20 lOh. A. ^ stationary. [tides 

2llllh.A. ^ cr(D- ^'2°2'S. Spring 
22 Demerara taken by English, 1796. 
2.'}; St. George. 
A 2nd Simday after Easter. 
25i Princess Alice born, 1843. 
26!(ien. Johnston surrendered, 1865, 
27; ,\ndersonville prison opened, 1864. 

28 Dr. .1. Ahernethv died, 1831. 

29 Ralph W. Emerson died, 1882. 
3Ui5h. A. 'S'' in I'erihelion. 



h. m. 

6 49 

7 44 

8 32 

9 14 
9 54 

10 33 



11 
11 



14 

58 



24 



11 

4 

4 

12 

24 

6 36 

7 42 

8 38 

9 28 
10 15 

10 58 

11 37 

35 



h. m. 

7 12 

8 

8 46 

9 31 
10 15 

10 58 

11 40 

46 



h. m. 
6 13 



7 
7 
8 
9 



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56 
38 
18 



1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



15 
56 
39 
25 
15 
10 
6 



38 
33 
32 
37 
49 
57 


8 58 

9 50 
10 35 



1 
2 
3 
4 
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6 
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39 



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2 


3 


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3 


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4 


34 


5 


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h. m. 

6 37 

7 24 

8 10 

8 55 

9 3» 

10 22 
1^ 4 
1. .8 

10 

1 2 

1 57 

2 56 

4 1 

5 13 

6 21 

7 24 

8 22 

9 14 
9 59 

10 40 

11 20 

11 59 
22 

49 

1 30 

2 16 

3 7 

4 2 

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5 52 






Wine #Tea Merchant 

PELEE ISLAND WINES, 
FOUR CROWN SCOTCH WHISKY, 
THOMSON'S IRISH WHISKY, 
J. S. HAMILTON BRANDY. 
62 UNION ST. Telephone :>23. 



Orders solicited. 
J. & A. MclULLAN PRINT BALL PROGRAMMES IN THE BEST STYLE. 



W. J. FORBES sells Shoes that WEAR WELL and LOOK WELL 


. Try Them I 


10 


MAY be§^n8 on Sunc 

D. 

d. h. m. 


lay. 


1898. 


9Southg" 
h. m. 


cfSouths 


QtSouths 


b. m. 


h. m. 


g Full Moon, ... 




. 6 2 lOM. i 3 


1 15 A. 


9 80 M. 


9 20 A. 


^ Last Quarter, 




.. 12 5 12.^. !l0 


1 23 A. 


9 22 M. 


8 51 A. 


^ New Moon, .... 




.. 20 8 34 M. 17 


1 33 A. 


9 14 M. 


8 22 A. 


3 First Quarter, 


••■•••••*•• 


.. 28 50 A. !24 


1 42 A. 


9 6M. 


7 54 A. 


(C Perigee, 7 

i*' ^ i SUN. 
1 ►*» >. 1 ■■ 

Q Q {Ris's. Sets. 1 Declin. 


d. 4h. A. 

Pst. of Clk. 


1 (C Apo 
Rises. ; 


gee, 23d. 
MO 


41). M. 


ON. 


Souths. ; Declin. 


Sets. Place 


h. m. 


b. m. 


O / 


m. 8. 


" h. m. i^ 


b. m. 


o r 


h. m. 




, 1 Son. 4 54 


7 


Nl5 13 


F 3 3 


2 16 a 


8 23 


N 1 43 


2 9m 


Uli 


' 2lMo. 4 53 


7 1 


15 31 


3 10 


3 26 


9 9 


9 4 15 


2 80 


LTU 


3|Tue.'4 51 


7 2 


15 49 


3 17 


4 38 


9 56 


10 12 


2 52 


m 


; 4!VVd.:4 50 


7 3 


16 6 


3 22 


5 53 


10 48 


15 47 


3 14 


m 


1 5Th. :4 48 


7 5 


16 23 


3 28 


7 11 


11 44 


20 30 


3 43 


)^ 


! 6 Fri. 4 47 


7 6 


16 40 


3 33 


8 30 


12 44 


23 55 


4 17 


^ 


7lSat. 4 4G 


7 7 


16 56 


3 37 


9 43 i 


13 48 


25 29 


4 58 


^ 


8 Sim. 4 44 


7 9 


17 12 


3 41 


10 44 


14 53 


25 4 


5 53 


^' 


' 91 Mo. 4 42 


7 11 


17 28 


3 44 


11 35 a 


15 57 


22 46 


7 2 




10 Tue. 4 40 


7 12 


17 44 


3 46 


Morn. 


16 57 


18 55 


8 19 


1 


11 Wd. 4 39 


7 13 


18 


3 48 


18 m 


17 50 


14 


9 36 


K 


12 Th. 4 37 


7 15 


18 15 


3 50 


48 


18 40 


8 28 


10 52m 


K 


13, Fri. 4 36 


7 16 


18 30 


3 51 


1 14 


19 26 


s 2 39 


6a 


T 


14 Sat. 4 34 


7 18 


18 44 


3 51 


1 36 ' 


20 10 


N 3 9 


1 16 


T 


15 Sun. 4 33 


7 19 


18 58 


3 51 


1 58 : 


iO 54 


8 41 


2 22 


^ 


16 Mo. 4 32 


7 20 


19 12 


3 49 


2 19 1 


21 88 


13 45 


8 29 


^ 


17 Tue. 4 32 


7 20 


19 26 


3 48 


2 42 ' 


22 24 


18 9 


4 84 


n 


ISWd. 4 31 


7 21 


19 39 


3 46 


3 7 i 


23 12 


21 39 


5 41 




19Th. ,4 31 


7 22 


19 52 


3 44 


8 39 ! 


23 59 


24 6 


6 45 


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20! Fri. '4 30 


7 23 


20 4 


3 40 


4 13 






7 45 


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21 Sat. 4 30 


7 23 


20 17 


3 37 


4 56 


6 50 25 22 


8 44 


60 


22 San. 14 29 


7 24 


20 29 


3 33 


5 47 


1 41 25 22 


9 85 


9. 


23, Mo. A 28 


7 25 


20 40 


3 2S 


6 44 


2 31 24 9 


10 18 




24,Tue. 4 27 


7 26 


20 51 


3 23 


7 46 


3 19 21 46 


10 52 


si 


25;\Vd. 4 26 7 27 


21 2 


3 17 


8 48 


4 6 18 24 


11 24 




26 Th. 4 25 


7 28 


21 12 


3 11 


9 51 


4 50 14 13 


11 49 a 


27 1 Fri. 4 24 


7 29 


21 23 


3 4 


10 56 m 


5 34 9 19 


Morn. 


I 


28 Sat. 4 23 


7 30 


21 32 


2 57 


1 A 


6 17 N 3 58 


12m 


29 Sun. 4 22 


7 31 


21 42 


2 49 


1 7 


7 8 1 44 


33 


LQJ 


130 Mo. 4 21 


7 32 


21 50 


2 41 , 


2 16 ; 


7 U 


7 33 


53 


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CLOTHING 

FRASER, FRASER & CO 



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10 and 42 kinii StneJ, St. .lohu, V. 



BOOK AND PAHPHLET PRIRTINO A SPECIALTY. J. k A. McMILLAN. 



W. J. Forbes, Cor. Main-Kennedy Sts., selli Stjlisb and Serviceable Footwear. 



1 fSOS. MAY has Thirty-one Days. 71 




1 
1 . 


aie:t You must have Phos 


HIGH WATER, Local Mean Time, at 




;a 


phonic Acid for your crops, and 
ALBERT'S THOMAS- PHOS' 






1 "a 


Saint John, N. B. 


Charlottefn, P. E. I. 




o 

1 


PHATE supplies it best 


Morning Afternoon 


1 
Morning Afternoon 








h. in. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 




A 


3rd Sunday after Easter. 


6 59 


7 18 


6 23 


6 42 




, 2 


Hon. T. W. Anglin died, 1896. 


7 49 


8 7 


7 13 


7 31 




; 3 


5h. M. Q|. cT (D- % 6° 58^ N. 


8 34 


8 55 


7 58 


8 19 




4 


Dr. Livingstone died, 1873. 


9 21 


9 41 


8 45 


9 5 




5 


Napoleon I died, 1821. [sinated, 1882. 


10 5 


10 26 


9 29 


9 50 




; 6 


Lord Cavendish and T. H. Burke assa.s- 


10 50 


11 13 


10 14 


10 37 




; 7 


8h. A. T? (/ C- b 5° 7' N. Spring 


11 37 




11 1 


11 27 




A 


4th Sunday after Euster. [tides. 


3 


26 


11 50 







1 9 


First ocean stnir. arr. Qiieltec, 1853. 


56 


1 18 


20 


42 




ilO 


First Loyalists landed, St. John, 1783. 


1 51 


2 14 


1 15 


1 38 




11 


Jeflerson Davis captured, 1865. 


2 52 


3 18 


2 16 


2 42 




|12 


Lord Ashburton died, 1848. 


3 59 


4 26 


3 23 


3 50 




13 


Ih. A. ^ in Aphelion. 


5 5 


5 35 


4 29 


4 59 




14 


(13) Hudson's Bay Co. founded, 1670. 


6 10 


6 41 


5 34 


6 5 




A 


Rogation Sunday, 


7 11 


7 43 


6 35 


7 7 




k; 


Battle of Albuera, 1811. 


8 8 


8 39 


7 32 


8 3 




17 


8h. A. '4 greatest Hel. Lat. N. [1785. 


9 


9 27 


8 24 


8 ol 




18 


(17) St. John, city by Royul Charter, 


I 9 46 


10 12 


9 10 


9 36 




19 


Holy Thursday — Ascension Day. 


1 10 27 


10 54 


9 51 


10 18 




20 


Sir George Cartier died, 1873. 


: 11 5 


11 33 


10 29 


10 57 




21 


1 Montreal riots, 1832. Spring tides 


11 41 


• • • • • • 


11 5 


11 35 




A 


Sunday after Ascension. i 11 


17 


11 41 


• • • • • • 




23 


, Battle Front Roval, 1862. 


49 


55 


! 13 


19 




24 


Birth of Queen Victoria, 1S19. 


1 28 


1 36 


52 


1 




25 


Princess Helena born, 1846. 


2 9 


2 20 


1 33 


1 44 




20 


Coronation Nicholas II, Czar of Rus- 


2 52 


3 7 


1 2 16 


1 2 31 




27 


1 llh. A. '4 stationary. [sia, 1896. 3 38 


3 56 


3 2 


! 3 20 




28 


(27) Cor.stone Mechan's Institute laid, 4 27 


1 4 46 


3 51 


i 4 10 




A 


Pentecost— Whit Sundav. [1840. 


5 18 5 37 


4 42 


I 5 1 




3(1 


ih. A.4cr C- 4 7° i' N. 


6 10 6 30 


1 5 34 


5 54 




31 


First U. S. Copyrig it Law, 1791. 


7 2 1 7 26 


1 6 26 


6 50 




ESTABLISHED 1791. 


A. C 


HiPMAM Smith. 






Stritan 


ROBKRTSOt 


t. 



A. CHIPMAN SMITH & CO. 

(Successors to William O. Smith), 

Druggists and Apothecaries, 

No. 1 City Market Building, Charlotte Street, 

ST. JOHN, IV. B. 

Branch Storc: BATHURST. N. B. 



HILIi'S PA '.aNT BLOTTER BATH FOR SALE BT J. & A. McMILLAIf. 



HlOOnfS' BRITISH LIIIIHEIIT THE GREAT RHEUMATIC CURE. 



78 



I 

! 






JUNK begins on Wedneitday. 



1898. 



I* h. m. 

Full Moon,.. . 9 47M 

LaHt Quarter, 11 1 40M 

New Moon, 18 11 65 A 

First Quarter, 27 30 M 

(^ Perigee, 4d. Midnight. 

SUN. 






j D, 9 Souths I c^ Souths i % Souths 

I I h. in. h. m. j h. m. 

; 3 1 56 A. I 8 55 M. 7 16 A. 

10, 2 5 A., 8 4«M. I 6 48 A. 

17 2 14 A. 8 39 M. ; 6 22 A. 

24 2 21 A. I 8 31 M. 5 6(> A. 

(C Apogee, 19d. lOh. M^^ 

MOON. 



I 1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

I 6 

I 7 
' 8 

I 9 
10 

11 



Ris's. ' Sets. 

h. ui. I 

VV(1.|4 20 

Th. !4 20 

I'Vi. 4 19 

Sat. 4 19 

Sllll.4 IS 



Declin. Fast-Slow 



37 

38 



Mo. 

Tue. 

Wd. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 



12 81111.4 18 


13 Mo. 4 18 


14 Tue. 


4 18 


15 Wd. 4 17 


16 


Th. 4 17 


17 


Fri. 


4 17 


18 


Sat. 


4 17 


19 


Son. 


4 17 


20 Mo. 


4 17 


21 Tue. 


4 17 


22 


Wd. 


4 171 



III. " ' I III. 

35n22 7 F 2 

36 22 14 

37 22 22 
22 29 
22 36 

18 7 38' 22 42 

39 22 48 

39 22 53 
18 7 40i 22 58 

40 23 3 

41 23 7 

41 23 11 

42 23 15 



IS 
18 



18 
18 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
2.' 
30 



Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 

San. 

Mo. 

1 lie. 
Wd. 
Th. 



IS 
IS 
18 
IS 
19 
19 
19 
20 



B. 

24 



42 
43 
43 
44 
44 
45 
45 
46 
46 
4() 
46 
47 
47 
47 
47 
47 
47 



23 
23 
23 
23 
23 

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23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
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Rises. 


b. 


m. 1 


4 


45 a 


6 


2 


7 


15 


8 


28 


9 


25 


10 


11 



So uths, i Declin. 
h. m. 
9 27 

10 25 

11 18 

12 34 

13 39 



28 
41 

54 

1 7 
1 20 
1 33 
1 46 

1 59 

2 11 
2 24 

37 
49 



14 
26 



10 49 

11 17 
11 40 a 

Morn. 
2m 
O 24 

46 

1 11 

1 42 

2 14 

2 54 

3 42 

4 37 

5 38 

6 39 
44 
46 

9 51 
10 55 M 

2 a' 

1 10 i 

2 22 ' 

3 35 I 

4 53 a 



14 44 

15 42 

16 34 



17 
18 



22 

S 



18 53 



h18 13 

22 23 
25 54 
25 27 

23 57 
20 36 
15 53 
10 22 

8 4 27 
N 1 28 
7 10 



Sets. iPIace. 
h. m I 

1 40mI m 

9 



19 37 


12 23! 


20 22 


16 59 


21 9 


20 44: 


21 57 


23 30 ^ 


22 45 


25 6 


23 36 


25 30 1 



s 



26 

1 15 

2 2 

2 48 

3 31 

4 14 

4 5(5 

5 40 

6 25 

7 14 

8 8 

9 7 



24 38 
22 36 
19 32 
15 35 
10 56 
5 47 



2 

2 48 

3 21 

4 40 

5 53 

7 17 

8 35 

9 51 
11 4m 

14a! ^ 

1 22 i ^ 

2 28 

3 33 

4 36 

5 40 
(5 36 

7 30 
S 15 

8 52 

9 25 
9 52 

10 16 

10 37 



K 
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i 

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1 



N 17 


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Laj 


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LOl 


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m 


: 20 38 


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^ 


s23 53 


41 


^ 



..?.§^^ 40 .uid 42 King Slreei, 



■^'-l/'v* .ST. JOHN, N. B. 

t'omhiiK- (ioon nv.\ui\ <•( McnV and Hoys' Clotliin^ 

with Low Pru i:s. 



SOUVENIR VIEWS OF ST. JOHN FOR SALE BY J. & A. HcMILLAN. 



HA^E TOn EVER TRIED HIQOniS' BRITISH UHIHEIIT? 



1808. 



JUNK had Thirty Days. 



73 I 



a 
o 



•2! 

4 
A 

() 

s 



10 

11 
A 

1;; 
14 
15 
It) 
17 
18 
A 
20 

LM 
22 

2;i 

24 

25 

A 

27 

28 
21) 

m 



Tiire CoiirnilnilHl Miuhhts 

Ar« Iho bt'sf lor l(»r«iiii,'. 
I!H.\N1> .\ t.. • 

WALLACE&FRASER.St. John.N.K. 

First parliament in Toronto, 1797. 

lOh. A. 5 greatest Hel. Lat. S. 

Fort Erie captured, 1814. 

Battle Magenta, 1859. 

Trinity iSiindav. Spring tides. 

iSir John A. Macdonald died, 1891. 

Reciprocity treatv with U. S., 1854. 

" Geo. Sand," Fr.* novelist, died, 1876. 

Corpus Christ i. Dickens died, 1870. 

Electroplating discovered, 1840. 

Massacre in Alexandria, 1882. 

1st Sunday after Trinity. 

Berlin Congress, 1878. ' 

lOh. A. r?* C/ (C. d'6°J7'S. 

Harriet Beecher Stowe born, 1812. 

First iron plows, 1797. 

6h. A. ^ cr C' ^ •"" 50^ S. 

Battle Wailerloo, 1815. [tides. 

2nd Sunday after Trinity. Spring 

.\ocession Queen Victoria. Summer 

Proclamation. [begins. 

(JOth anniv'ry Queen Victoria's reign. 

Russians invaded Kara, 1855. 

St. John Baptist —Midsummer day. 

Sir Leonard Tilley, c.u , k.c.b , d., '9(5. 

.'ird Sunday after Trinity. 

!f< 1,500,000" tire in San Francisco, 1895 

Intercolonial Conference, Ottawa, '94. 

Hon. J. Robson, Br. Col., died. 1892. 

4li. M. ^ Sup. ^ ©. 



HIGH WATER, Local Mean Time, at 



Saint John, N. B. Gharlottet'n, P. E. I. 

I 

Morning Afternoon Morning Afternoon 



h. ID. 


h. m. 


h. in. 


1 7 54 


8 24 


7 28 : 


8 45 


9 20 


8 9 


9 37 


10 12 


9 1 


' 10 28 


11 2 


9 52 


11 20 


11 51 


10 44 


• • • • • ■ 


12 


11 36 


42 


1 6 


6 


1 37 


2 4 


1 1 


2 3t) 


3 a 


2 


3 39 


4 4 


3 3 


4 42 


5 7 


4 6 


5 44 


6 12 


5 8 


: f) 43 


7 16 


6 7 


7 39 


8 14 


7 3 



8 33 

9 22 
10 6 

10 45 

11 22 
1; 58 

27 

1 2 

1 38 
•J 16 

2 56 

3 40 

4 29 

5 24 

6 22 

7 21 



9 7 
9 54 

10 36 

11 14 
11 51 

34 

1 11 

1 50 

2 31 

3 14 

4 1 

4 52 

5 48 

6 48 

7 49 



7 

8 

9 

10 



57 

46 
30 

9 



10 46 

11 22 

11 5S 






26 


1 


2 


1 


40 


2 


20 


3 


4 



3 o3 

4 48 

5 4(i 

6 45 



h. lu. 

7 48 

8 44 

9 36 

10 26 

11 15 

"6 30 

1 28 

2 27 

3 28 

4 31 

5 36 

6 40 

7 38 

8 31 

9 18 

10 

10 ns 

11 15 
11 51 

6 35 
1 14 

1 55 

2 38 

3 25 

4 16 

5 12 

6 12 

7 13 



SST^A-BX^lSSaiSID 1879. 



JOHN O'RECiAN, direct importer . 

''••••••••■•••■••••■•••■uiBii»iMiiiiniuiiuufiiifniiii»nnuiiiiiiiminiMU)nfiiii>MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii»n<** 

Wholesale Wine I Spirit Merchant, 



^,«u<iii»im»< 



Nos. 1 and 3 Union Street, - - ST. JOHN, N. B. 



J. k A. McMillan keep waterman's ideal fountain pens. 



HIQGIN8' UmMElIT FOR HAN AMD BEAST. 






h. 111. Ii. III. 


1 Fri. 


\ 21 7 4»i 


2 Sat. 


4 22 7 4(5 


3 3nn. 


4 23 7 4r) 


4 Mo. 4 2.S 7 4.-) 


5 Tue. 
, a ur.i 


4 24 7 44 

.1 n^ 7 AA 



I .. 



JO / 



N 23 (i 

23 2 

22 57 

22 52 

22 40 

22 40 

22 ;h 

22 27 

22 2(1 



111. (« 


1 li. 111. ' 


s 3 ;{7 


5 57 A 


;{ 49 


7 9 


4 


'80 


4 10 


s 4a 


4 21 


9 15 


4 :5i 


9 42 ! 


4 41 


10 4 


4 50 


10 28 


4 59 


10 50 



li. 111. 


o / 


h. in. 


10 3 


8 25 27 


1 21 M 


II 18 


25 


2 9 


12 23 


22 31 


3 27 


13 25 


18 20 


4 46 


14 22 


12 57 


r. 7 



15 14 



6 58 



lb 3 H 49 8 
l(i 49 N 5 9 10 
17 34 10 42 11 



10 sun. 

11 Mo. 




29 7 


■\z 
41 


22 


i_ 1 
4 




5 


17 


11 14 

11 43 a 


10 ly 
19 6 


19 


39 


1 ; 


12 Tue. 




30 7 


41 


21 


56 


5 


25 


Morn. 


19 55 


22 


4(5 


2 \ 


13 W.l. 




31 7 


40 


21 


47 


5 


32 


17 M 


20 43 


24 


45 


3 : 


:14Th. 




31 7 


40 


21 


38 


5 


39 


54 


21 3.'! 


25 


32 


4 ; 


15 Fri. 




32 7 


39 


2' 


29 


5 


45 


1 39 


22 23 


25 


4 


5 ' 


1(5 Sill. 




33 7 


38 


21 


19 


5 


51 


2 32 


23 12 


23 


24 


6 


17 Snn. 




.34 7 


37 


21 


9 


5 


56 


3 29 


23 59 


20 


38 


6 . 


IS Mo. 




35 7 


36 


20 


5S 


(5 





4 32 : 





... 


. . ■ 


7 : 


19 Tue. 




3(5 7 


3(5 


20 


4S 


6 


4 


5 35 


46 


16 


55 


7 . 


20 \V(1. 




37 7 


35 


20 


37 


(5 


8 


6 39 


1 30 


12 


28 


8 ' 


21 Th. 




3S 7 


34 


20 


25 


(5 


11 


7 43 


2 13 


7 


25 


8 ' 


22 Fri. 




39 7 


34 


20 


13 


6 


13 


8 48 


2 5(5 


N 2 


2 


9 


23 Sal. 




40 7 


33 


20 


1 


(5 


16 


9 52 


3 38 


8 3 


33 


9 


24 Sun. 




40 7 


32 


19 


48 


6 


1(5 


10 5Sm 


4 22 


9 


6 


9 


25 Mo. 




41 7 


31 


19 


35 


(> 


17 


9 a 


5 9 


14 


20 


10 


26 Tw. 




42 7 


29 


19 


22 


6 


17 


1 20 


5 59 


19 





10 


27 \V(I. 




44 7 


2S 


19 


8 


(5 


17 


2 32 


6 54 


22 


41 


11 


28 Th. 




45 7 


27 


IS 


54 


6 


16 


3 45 


7 54 


24 


58 


Mc 


29 Fri. 




4(57 


2(5 


18 40 


6 


14 


4 51 


8 57 


25 


28 





30 Sal. 




47 7 


25 


18 


26 





12 


5 47 


10 1 


24 





1 


31 Snn. 




4H7 


24 


Nl8 


11 


s 6 


9 


6 34 a 


11 6 


.s 20 41 


2 



1M98. 


H Q|.S<)iithH 


h. m. 


. 5 24 A. 


. 4 59 A. 


. 4 34 A. 


. 4 10 A. 


ld.6h.A. 


S«t8. Place 


in. 




21 M 


;^ 


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I,OAVK<JT 

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MEVS CL(ITlll\(i and FIIIMSIII^G COOI! 

TPtTJlsTKlS, VALISES, ETO. 



CHKAl'SIUE. 



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40 and ii Kinij str.et, St. Jolm, X. I 



CUSTOM HOUSE AND LEGAL BLANKS FOR SALE AT MCMILLAN'S. 





WORTH TS WEIGHT m OOLD HIQOIira' 


BRITISH LnnHBRT. 


1898. JULY haH Thirty-one Dnyn. 75 i 




Order ALBERT'S THOMAS 


HIGH WATER, local Mean Time, at 


!^ 


PHOSPHATE POWDER now. 
and have it ready to top-dress 


i 


1 


Saint John, N. B. 

i 


Oharlottefn, P. B. I. ' 
Morning i Afternoon 


l; 


your grass after cutting. 

1 


Morning 


1 

Afternoon 






b. m. 1 h. tu. 


h. m. 1 h. in. 


1 llh. M. b ./(C. b 5»20' N. 


8 19 S 49 


7 43 8 13 


! 'J lOh. M. © in Apogee. 


9 16 


9 48 


8 40 9 12 , 


1 A 4th Sunday after Trinity. 


10 13 


10 46 


9 37 10 10 1 


4] U. S. independent, 1776. Sprinj< 


11 8 


11 41 


10 32 115 


fii Jerusalem taken, 1100. [tides. 





2 


11 26 11 59 


6 (Jreat Eastern arrived at t^tiebee, '61. 


35 


55 


19 ; 


7' ('liloroform discovered, 1831. 


1 29 


1 47 


53 111! 


I 8 Police strike in Kngland, 1890. 


2 23 


2 40 


1 47 i 2 4 


9 Cor. stone Mt. .Vlliw.n Acad'y laid, '40. 


3 17 


3 36 


2 41 ; 3 


A M\ Sunday after Trinity. 


4 12 


4 36 


3 36 4 


1 11, St. Clair tunnel started, 1889. 


5 9 


5 39 


4 33 5 3 1 


12 (teraiain St. Baptist Cli. opened, 1818. 


(5 8 


6 40 


5 32 <) 4 


jl3;9l.. A. c^cre. f^4°56'S. 


7 7 


7 39 


6 31 7 3 


14 Peace Conjjress in London, 1890. 


8 3 


8 36 


7 27 8 


! 15 Stony Point taken, 1779. 


8 54 


9 27 


8 18 8 51 1 


16 Mrs. Abraham Lincoln died, 1882. 


9 39 


10 12 


9 3 , 9 36 


A 6th Sunday after Trinity. [1860. 
' 18 ©eclipsed. First train to Moncton. 


10 21 


10 52 


9 45 10 16 


11 


11 28 


10 24 10 52 


! 19 Quebec captured, 1629. Spring' tides. 
! 20 First Confederation ('onjjress, 1861. 


11 36 





11 11 25 


1 10 


11 34 11 57 


21; Battle Bull Run, 1861. 


33 43 


7 


: 22 7h. M. 9 cT (C- 9 5'' 55' N. 


16 1 17 


30 41 


i23 Hon. William Elder died, 1883. 


1 41 1 55 1 5 1 19 1 


A 7th Sunday after Trinity. 


2 19 2 36 


1 43 2 0' 


25 (iold sold for 257, 1864.' 3 1 3 22 


2 2.', 2 4(5 


; 26 Sir W. Fenwick Williams died, 1883. 3 49 4 14 


3 13 3 3S 


|27 6h. M. ^ c/ ii Leonis. 


4 46 


5 13 


4 U) 4 37 


28 .\lexandre Dumas, novelist, born, '24. 


5 48 


6 19 


5 12 5 43 


29 Charles X dethroned, 1830. 


6 63 7 30 


6 17 7 4 


30 7li. M. ^ in H- 
1 A 8th Sunday after Trinity. 


8 


8 39 


7 24 8 3 


9 3 9 42 ' 8 27 1 9 6 | 



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76 



AirtillMT hegliiH on Moiulajr. 



1808. 



d. h. 111. 
2 4M. 



h. Ill 



Knll Moon 

LuKt Ciimrter, 9 1 49 M. 3 2 4:i A 



D 9 Souths (^Souths % HouthH 



New M(t<m, 



17 «) 11 M. 10 2 44 A. 



Kirnt C^iiirter 24 4 8 A. 17 2 45 A 



lull Moon 



31 8 27 M. 24 2 45 A. 



* ^ 



(C ApoKfe, 12(i. Midnight. | (C Perigee, 



h. III. 

7 48 M. 

7 40 M. 

7 32 M. 

7 23 M. 
28(1. flh. A. 



h. III. 
3 37 A. 
3 13 A. 
2 oU A. 
2 28 A. 



8U N, 



1 7 Son. '4 58 7 


1.) 
13; 


8 Mo. 4 59 7 


12 


9Tiie. 5 l;7 


10 


10 Wd. 5 ;2 7 


8, 


1 » 'iM. r; Ta'"? 


£i 



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1 

2 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13! 
14 
15 
16! 
17; 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
20 
30 
31 



Ri8'8.'Set8. Declin. SlwofOlk 

li. III. h. III. 



M OON. 



Rises. Souths. Declin. Sets. Place- 



h. III. 



Ii. III. 



Mo. 4 49 7 23 Nl7 56 8 6 5 7 11a 12 4 
Tiu'. 4 51 7 22 17 40 »') 1 7 40 12 59 



W(l. 4 52 7 20 17 25 5 .57 



13 51 



Til. 4 .54 7 18; 17 91 5 52 8 25 14 39 

Kri. 4 55 7 17 16 531 5 46 i 8 .52 , 15 26 

16 .36 i 5 41 9 18 1 16 13 

16 19 5 .^ 9 43 17 

16 2! 5 26 10 15 17 48 

15 45' 5 18 10 52 18 38 

15 27! 5 9 111 34a' 19 28 

15 9; 5 Morn. 20 18 

Fri. 15 "5 7 4| 14 51 1 4 .50 25 m 21 8 

Sat. |5 7 7 2; 14 33 j 4 40 1 22 21 56 

Sun. 5 8 7 1 14 15 4 29 2 23 22 43 
Mo. 5 9,6 59 13 5- 
Tue.i5 106 68 13 37 
VVM. 5 11:6 57 



4 17 3 26 23 28 



s 15 52 

10 5 

8 3 51 

N 2 24 

' 8 20 

13 38 
18 9 
21 41 

24 7 

25 20 
25 19 
24 4 
21 41 
18 17 

14 3 



h. 111. ' 

3 38m 

4 57 

6 18 I 

7 3(J I 

8 53 

10 

11 8m 

17 a 

1 21 



2 


24 


3 


22 


4 


11 


4 


54 


5 


29 


6 






4 5 4 .30 

13 19j 3 .52 5 ,% 

Til. 15 1216 55! 12 58' 3 39 6 40 

Kri. 5 13 6 54! 12 39, 3 25 7 45 



Sat. 



146 



i).i 



12 19 3 11 8 52 



Sun. 5 14 () ,52 II .">'.l 2 .57 9 59 
Mo. 5 15 50, 11 39 2 42 11 10 m 



12 

55 

1 38 

2 22 

3 7 
3 56 



Tue. 5 16 6 49 11 19, 2 26 21 A 4 49 



W(l.5 170 47 10 58' 2 10 1 :{2 



5 45 



Th. 5 18 6 46 10 38 1 .53 2 .39 6 45 

Fri. 5 19 6 44 10 17 1 36 3 .36 7 47 

Sat. '5 21 6 42 9 50 I 18 4 25 8 4S 

Sun. 5 22 6 40 9 35 1 3 .'i 4 9 47 

Mo. 5 23(1 38 9 13 43 5 36 10 43 



Til. 5 24,6 36 8 .52 







6 4 11 .36 



Wd. 5 26 6 34 N 8 30 8 6 6 .30 a 12 27 



9 10 


6 48 


N 3 50 


7 10 


8 1 45 


7 31 


7 21 


7 52 


12 42 


8 15 


17 32 


8 42 


21 30 


9 17 


24 13 


9 58 


25 23 


10 51 


24 44 


11 .58 A 


22 17 


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HIGH WATER, Local Mean Time, at 



Saint John, N. B. 



Oharlottet'n, t. R. I. 



Morning | Afternoon Morning Afternoon 



First ste;unbont, 1708. 

Battle ot Hlenheim, 1704. 

First HeiilinK-wax. 1554. Spring 

Samuel .J. Tilden dicl, I8S6. [tides. 

First cablp inea'<age, 1858. 

Alfred TeiinvHon bou., 1809. j 

Uth iSiin«iav after Trinity. 

Uh. \. H at greatest elong. 27" 22' E. 

AHlddiiton treaty, 1842. 

Staten Island bought, ir)30. 

lb. A.cf^.yC- 'd'3°4'S. 

.1. Uussell Lowell died, 1891. 

Cuba invaded by Lojtez. 1851. 

lOtb iSunday after Trinity. 

.Jesuits organized, 1534. 

New Brnns'k separate provinoe, 1785. 

Methdist Ch. estab. by Wesley, 1739. 

Sir Francis Hineks died, '85. Spring 

lOh.M. ^ cr(C- ^ 1°14'N. [tides. 

(or. stone Trinity Church laid, 1758. 

Uth Sunday after Trinity. 

John B. (iough born, I8i7. 

Paris crew def. Kenforth crew. 1871, iti 

Count Ch:.(.iLord d., '83. [39.20 3-5. 

(ih. A. J*.y'>^=. c? 1° 13' X. 

Prince (-'o:.8irt born, 1819. 

Battle Long Island, 1770. 

12th S(nidav after Trinity. 

Royal (Jeor'ge lost, 1782.' 

Treaty with China, 1842. 

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10 58 

11 51 

20 

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1 55 

2 44 

3 34 

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9 46 

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11 15 

6 32 

1 19 

2 8 

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4 46 

5 48 

6 49 

7 44 

8 33 

9 17 
9 57 

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11 9 
11 43 

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10 55 

11 44 
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2 30 

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4 17 

5 18 

6 24 

7 26 

8 21 

9 10 
9 51 

10 27 

10 59 

11 29 

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8 26 


7 10 


7 50 


9 28 


8 16 


8 52 


10 23 


9 16 


9 47 1 


11 12 


10 10 


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Battle of Sedan, 1870. Spring tides. 

Henrv (ieorge born, 1839. 

Cromwell died, 16r)8. 

13th iSunday after Trinity. 

Malta taken by the Hritisli, 1800. 

MayHower sailed, 1620. 

H. M. vS. Captain foundered, 1S70. 

Montreal Hurrender'd to British, 1760. 

lOh. M. ff a (C- (f 0° 54' s. 

K. & N. A. Railway coin menced, 1853. 

14th Sunday after Trinitv. 

Marshal Hlucher died, 1819. 

Quebec surrendered, 1759. 

2h. M. ^ stationary. 

Postal convention at Berne, 1874. 

Kahrenheitdied, 1736. Spring tides. 

Noon, ^ D ©. 

15th Sunday after Trinitv. 

(18) St. John first lighted' by gas, 1845. 

Italian troops occupv Ronie, 1870. 

9h. M. b cr (C- V4°;".9'N. 

9h. A. (v) enters tfy. Autumn begins. 

Major Andre arrested, 17S0. 

Pope Innocent III died, 1143. 

16th Sunday after Trinity. 

Relief of Lucknow, 1S57. 

31i. A. U? stationary. 

N. h. Legislative C'oun. abolished, '92. 

St. Michael — Michaelmas Day. 

French treaty, IKOO. Spring tides. 



HIQH WATER, Local Mean Time, at 



Saint John, N. B. Charlottet'n, P. E. I. 
Morning Afternoon Morning Afternoon 



b. lu. 
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43 

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3 47 

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2 
3 
4 
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17 
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11 42 
7 

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2 21 

3 11 

4 7 



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7 40 


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7 4 


7 3(5 


8 32 


9 1 


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8 35 


9 18 


9 44 


8 42 


9 8 


9 58 


10 22 


9 22 


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10 59 


10 1 


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11 15 


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11 16 


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7 40 

8 38 

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HIQH "WATER, Local Mean Tiire, at 



Saint John, N. B. 'Oharlottet'n, P. E. I. 



Phosphate IN»wd«'r. i jjorning Afternoon Morning Afternoon 



I 



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14 
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27 
2S 
2'.t 
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McKinley bill passed, 1890. 
17th Sundav after Trinity. 
Treaty of toj)litz, 1813. 
Offenbach died, 1880. 
Hattle of Thames, 1813. 
English usury abolished, 1274. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes died, 1894. 

ih. M. cJ^ c/ (C- d" 1° 2r/ N. 

18th Sunday after Trinity. 
Father Mathew born, 1790. 
1st weekly newspaper, St. John, 1785. 
Capture of Pekin, 1860. 
7h. A. %r^®. 
Josh Hillings died, 1885. 
Irish Arms Bill passed. 1834. [tides. 
19th Sunday after Trinity. Spring 
3h. A. cf D ©• Large tire at Wind- 
Ether discov., 1540. [sor, N.S., 1897 
nil. M. ^ Sup. cT ©• 
J>ord Palmerston b rn, 1784. 
Contract signed oonst'n C. P. K., 1880.; 
Sarah Bernhardt born, 1844. 
I 20th Sunday alter Trinity. 
Dfcsjardin's canal accident, 1854. 1 

Trans-continental telegraph, 18(11, 
Marshal Soult died, 1851. | 

Ml. A. ^~ at greatest brilliancy. | 

ll;;rvar(l College founded, 1656. | 

Henry (ieorj;e died, 1897. 
21st Sunday after Trinity. Spring 
Reformation began, 1517. [ tide s.' 



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5 



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9 
54 
43 
35 
30 



h. in. 
11 27 

28 

1 8 

1 49 

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h. m. 
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10 
51 



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14 
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1 Czar Alexand'r III Russia died, 1894. 
'1 Webster's Dictionary publislied, '28. 
'A (Jreat Eastern launched, 1857. 
4 Garibaldi taken prisoner, »S67. 
') 11. M. ^ in Aphelion. 
A 22nd Sunday after Trinity. 

7 I (6) First meeting parliament Canada, 

8 .John Milton died, 1()74. [1807. 
9, Birth Prince of Wales, 1841. 

loi Stanley met Livingstone, 1871. 
il 1 ()h. M. 9 stationary. 
12 .Montreal surrendered, 1775. 
A 2Srd Sunday after Trinity. 

14 Hon. .J. II. C'ameron d., '76. Spring 

15 7h. M. h CT .C- b :^° 4(5' N. [tides. 

16 3h. A. Vesta cf CQ. Vesta 0° 10' N. 

17 j First tintypes, 1840. 

18 Ftna eruption, 1832. 

li* Cape (iood Hope doubled, 1497. 
A 24th Siindav after Trinitv. 

21 Battle Port^ Bello, 1736.' 

22 Ville du Havre sunk, 1873. 

23 Franklyn Pierce born, 1804. 
24iLt.-(iov. Fraserdied at (Jenoa, 1896. 

25 9h. A. S' greatest Hel. Lat. S. 

26 Sandwich Islands discovered, 1778. 
A 1st Sunday in Advent 

28 Kars surrendered. 18.55. 

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111. A. 9 Inf. cy ©. I 

(1) Princess of Wales Itorn, 1844. 
Ivord I.eiKliton, artist, horn, 1830. 
2iul Sunday in Advent. j 

llavti discovered, 1492. ' 

:^Ii.'A- b (f ©■ Hat. Cawnpore, 1857 
Fenlinan*! de I^esseps died, 1894. 
.\l»yssinians defeat Italians, 1895. 
Sir Ilujrh Allan died, 1882. 
Iloyal .Academy founded, 17t)8. ] 

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VVeher horn, 178«}. 

.1. (i. Whittier horn, 1S07. 

4th iSunday in Advent. 

Fort Niagara taken, lo]3, 

Louisiana annexed, 1803. 

St. Thomas. Winter hegins. _^ 

(reorge Eliot died, 1880. i 

I'rince Consort huried, ISOI. | 

W M. Thackeray die<l, 18t)3. 
( liristmas Day. 

(len. .John A. Logan died, 188fi. 
Q eclipsed. Prof. I'asteur horn, 1S22 
England ratified tieatv, 1S14. Spring 
(111. A. '; (Jr. Hel. Lm\. N. [tides. 
HuH'alo, N. Y., I)urned, I.S13. 
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(iriat Hrilain iiiul In'hind, (/lucii. ItrlViidjT of tlic Taith, Eiiipit'SH of India 
(ill India, Kaisar-i-lliiid;, l>oiii 24tli Miiy 1N1!»; Hiuaedt-d to the Throne 20th 
Jinu' 1>S;{7, on the death «»!' her uncle. Kinj,' William I \' ; crowned 28th June 
\S',iH, and married l(»th I'chniary 1S4(>, to his late Kovai Hi/jhneHS Francis 
Alukkt Augustus Charles Kmmaniicl, I'rinccl unwort, I)iike of iSaxony, Prince 
of (^oltiir^ and (iotha, wlio was horn 2t)th Augnst, 1819; die<l 14th December, 
1801. Iler Majesty h:ts had issue: 

1. 11. 1. M., VicroKiA, Kmpress Frederick of (iermuny, Princess Royal, 
horn Nov. 21, 184(»; married Jan. %'}, 1858, to Frederick, Crown Prince of 
Prussia, afterwards ( Jermaii iMiipcror (horn Oct. 18, 18Hl,died June 15,1888), 
and has had issue — William, rei^jning (Jerman Kmperor, horn Jan. 27, 1859; 
marrii-d l-'ch. 27, 1881, to Princess Augusta ol' Sciileswig-Holstein, and has 
six sons and a daughter; I'hariotte, horn Jidy 24, 1800, miirried Feh. 18,1878, 
to llered. Princ*' of Saxe-Mciniiigen ; Henry, horn Aug. 14,1802, married 
Mav, 24, 1N88, lo his cousin, Princess ln-utMif Hesse; Sigismund, born Sept. 15, 
lho"4, died June 18, ISOO; Victoria, hoi n April 12, 1800, niarried Nov. 19, 1890, 
to U.S. H. Prince Adcdphc oJ Schauiiihuig-Lippe ; Waldemar, horn Feh. 10, 
ISOiS, died .March 27, 1879; Sophia Dontthea, horn June 14, 1870, niarried 
Oct. 27, 1889, to the Duke of Sparta; and Margaret, horn April 22, 1872, niar- 
rietl Jan. 25. 1S«);{, to Priuic Frederick of He.sse-( "assel. 

2. His Koval Highness A iJiKKr F«lward, Priice of Wales, h. Nov. 9, 1841 ; 
married Manh 10, 180;<. ti> the Princess .Mexandra ( horn Dec. 1, 1844), eldest 
daughter ot the King ot" henin:irk, and has had issue — Albert Victor, Duke 
of ( larence, born Jan. 8, lsti4, tlicd Jan. 14, 1892; Ixeorge Frederick, Duke of 
York, Captain K. .N., born .lime ii. ISOo, marriid July 0, \H9'.\ to Princess \'ic- 
toria Mary (" May") of Teck i horn May 20, 1,S07 K and has issue Kdward, born 
June 2:;, fs94, and AlWrt. horn Dec. 14, 1895; L..uise, horn Feb. , JO, 1867, mar- 
licd .Inly 27, ls,S9, to the Duke of l-ife — issue, .Alexandra, born May 17, 1891, 
and Maud, horn April .'{, 1.n9I{; \ictoria, hoiu JulyO, 1808; Maud, horn Nov. 
20, 1809, married to Prince t harles of Denmark, July 22, 189(>; and Alexander, 
born .\prilO, died .Vpril 7. 1871. 

[i. llcr Royal Highness Amck Maud .Mary, born April 25, 1843; married 
Jidy 1, 1802. to H. K. H. Louis IV., Cirand Duke of Hesse (born Sent. 12, 
1S;5"7. died March l.'J, 1892); died Dec. 14, 1878, her issue being— Victoria 
Alberta l>oni .\pril 5, 1S0;>. married April lid, 1884, to Prince Lonis of Hal- 
tenhurg, H. N.; Klizai>elh, horn Nov. 1, 1X04. married June 15, 1884, to the 
(iraiid Duke Serge of Russia; Irene, horn July 11, 180t); niarried May 21. 
lS>S8,to her cousin. Prince Henry of Prussia, l»rother i>f the (Jerman Emperor; 
Friiest Louis, (Jraiid Duke of Hesse, iiorn Nov. 25, l.>()8, married April 19, 1894. 
to H. K. H. Priiue.ss \ ictoria Melita of Saxe-( 'oburg ; Frederick, born Oct. 7, 
1870, died .luiic 29, 187:?; Alix N'ietoria, horn June 0, 1872, niarried Nov. 2(>, 
1S94, tt) H. I. M. the (.'zar of Ivu>sia, and has issue, Olga, horn Nov. L5, 1895; 
and Mary, lu)rn May 24, 1H74, died Nov. 15, 1878. 

4. His Ivuyal Highness .\LFni:i) Frnesl Albert, Dukeof Fdinbiirgli and Dukt 
of Saxe-('oburg-(Jotlia, born Aug. 0, 1844; Admiral of the Fleet; married Jan. 
2o, 1S74, to the (irand Uieliess Marie of Russia iborn Oct. 17, 1858), ami 
has issue— Alfred, bom Oct. 15, ls71 ; Marie, bom Oct. 29, 1875, married Jan. 
10, I8i»3, to Ferdinand, Crown Priiu'e " Roumania, and hits issue— Carol, 
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ried April 19, 1894, (o Kri)ost Louis, (rrand l)iike of HesHe, and haw issue; 
Ak'x.indni, born Sept. 1, 1S7S, nuirricd 189(), to Krnest, Herwlitary Prinw of 
Ilohenlohe-Langenherg; and Beatrice, l)orn April 20, 1SK4. 

o. Her Royal Ilinhness ITklkva Au<i[usta V'ictoria, horn May 2o, 1S4(); 
married July o. 18()(), to IMince Frederick Cliristian Charles AiiKiistus. of 
S(hleswi;,'-IIolstein (horn .Jan. 22, iSlil), and has had issue -Christian V .. Lt. 
King's Royal Rifles, horn April 14, lH(i7 ; Alhert J., horn Feh. 2(5, 18«)9; Vic- 
Kiria ]j., horn May 3, 1870; Louise A, horn August 12, 1S72, married .Iiilv <>, 
1891, to Pr. Arihert of Anhalt; and Harold, horn May 12, tiled May 20, 1876. 

6. Her Royal Highness Louise Caroline Alherta, horn March 18. 1848; 
innrried March 21, 1871, to .John, Marquis of Lome (Itorn Auj;. <>, 1845). 

7. His Royal Highness Arthir William Patrick .\lhert, Duke of (.'on- 
naught, horn May 1, 18o0; (ieneral in cotnnuind at .Mdershot ; ujarricd March 
\',\ 1879, to Princess Louise Margaret (horn July 2'), 18(501, dauu'liter of the 
late Prince Frederick ('harles of Prussia, and has issue- -.Margaret, l)orn .Jan. 
1.), 1882; Arthur, horn Jan. 13, 1883; Victoria Patricia, horn March 17, 188fi. 

8. His Royal Highness Lkoi'old ( Jeorge Dimcan Alhert, Duke of Alhany, 
i)orn April 7, 1853; nuirried April 27, 1882, to Princess Helei) (horn Feh. 17, 
ISHl), daughter of the late Prince (Jeorge of Waldeck, died March 28, 1884, 
his issue heing — .\lice Marv, horn Feh. 25,188.3; Leo})oId Charles Edwanl 
(f. A., Duke of Alhany, horn" July 19, 1884. 

9. Her Royal Highness Hkathick Mary X'ictoria Feodora, horn .\pril 14, 
18o7 ; married July 23, 1885. to Prince Henry Maurice of liatteuhurg (horn 
Oct. 5, 18.58, died Jan. 20, 1896), and has issue— Alexander Alhert, horn Nov. 
'2'A, 188(5; Victoria Eug<^nie Julia Kua, horn Oct. 24, 1887, and Leopold Arthur 
Louis, horn May 21, 1889, and ALuirice Victor Donald, born Oct. 3, 1891. 

Roijal Pfhuutt (tii(( Princa^HtH, 

(iv.oiuiK William Frederick Charles, .Second Duke of Cambridge, Field- 
.Marshal, horn March 2(5. 1819. 

Ai(iiJSTA Caroline, horn July l'.>, 1822; married June 28, 1S43. Frederit^k, 
(Irand Dukeof Meeklenburg-Strelitz, and has issue — .Vdolphus Frederick, horn 
July 22. 1S48; married, and has issue. 

Marv .Vdelaide, horn Nov. 27, 1833: married .June 12, 18(i(i, Frarnus, Duke 
ni Teck (horn Aug. 27. 18.37), died Oct. 27, 1897, leaving issue--\ictoria 
Mary, born May 2(5, 18(57, married July (5, 1893, to H R. II. the Duke of 
York ; Adolphus, lK>rn .\ug. 13, 18(58, married 1894, Lady Margaret (rrosvenor, 
(laughter <»f the Duke of Westminster, and has issue; Francis Joseph, luirn Jan. 
9, 187(); and .\lexander ( ieorge, horn ,\pril 14, 1874. 

H. R. H. Frnest .Augustus (ieorge. Third Duke of Cumberland, horn Sept. 
'_']. 1845; married Dec. 21, 1878, to Princess Thyra of Denmark: and has 
issue. His sisters-FREDKRiCA, Itorr Jan. 9, 1848, married .\pril 24. 1880, 
Freiherr von Pawel-Kammingen (issue — Victoria, horn March 7, died March 
27, 1881); and Mary Ernestine, horn Dec. 3, 1849. 

//''/• Mtijcsti/s Xejtr Relativen. 

Niece and Nephews, by half-sister, daughter of her late n»other the Duidiess of 
Kent, by her first hnsi)and, Fmich Charles, Prince of Li-iuingen — 

!. Charles Louis, born October 25, 1829; married morganatically. In the 
Wurtemburg army. 
Ilernuin Ernest. Prince of Hohenlohe-LauLrenherg, born August 31, 1832; 



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BRITISH MINISTRY. 

The Cabiiiot. 

Prime Minister and Foreiun Seeretary — The Mar(|iiiH of Sali?-bnry, K. «. 

Lord Prcsideiit of llit ( 'ouneil The hiikeof Devonshire, K. ci. 

Lord lliyli (lianeellor — Kt. Hon. liord Ilalsbiiry. 

Loni Privy S«"il l\t. Mem. N'isconnt CroHs, <;. c. n. 

Cliaiuellor of the Dncliy of Lanea.ster Kt. Hon. Lord Jame^, 

First L(»rd of the Treasury — Kt. Hon. .\. J. Halfoiir. 

Seeretary for India -Kt. lion. Lord ( ieorf:e Francis ITaniilton. 

Home .S'crelary Kt. Hon. Sir .\L While Kidley. 

Odonhil Secretary — Kt. Hon, Jose|»h ('hand)erlain. 

Secretary tor W.ir - Kt. Hon. Mai(piis of Lansdowne, K. (j. 

< lianeellor of the F.Kchecpier Kt. Hon. Sir M. Hicks-lieach. 

First LonI of the .Vdmiraltv — Kt. Hon. (J. .) . tJoscheii. 

President of the Hoard of tradt — Kt. Hon. (". T. Kitchie. 

President of the Local (ioveriunent lioard — Kt. Hon. Henry ("haplin. 

Secretary for Scotland — J-it. Hon. Lord Ha I ton r of Hnrlci^h. 

I'irst ( ommissioner of Works -Kt. Hon. .\. .\kers-I)onjijlas. 

President of the l)oard nf Ajjricnitnre Kt. Hon. Walter Lon^. 

Lord Lientenant of Ireland Kt. Hon. Karl Cadoyan, K. <J. 

Lord Chancellor of Ireland— Kt. Hon. Lord .\shliourne. 

Not ill the Cabinet. 

Conunander-in-(-liief — F. M. N'isconnt Wolseley, M. r., (i. c. ii., a. c. M «. 

Lord Steward — Karl of Pend)roke. 

Lord Chamberlain— Karl of Lathom, (i. o. n. 

'I'n-asiirer of the Household Manpiis of (,'urmartlu'n. 

Comptroller of the ilon.sehold -Kt. Hi>n. Lord .Arthur Hill. 

Master of ihc Horse -Duke of Portland, K. O. 

Master of the Huckh)unds — Karl of ( oventrv. 

Paymaster (Jeneral — Karl of Hopelown, o. c. m. a. 

Chief Secr»'tary for Ir'land -( fer.ild Hiilfoiir. 

Postmaster (ieneral Lhe Duke of Norfolk, K. G. 

Vice-President of the Conncil of Kducation- Kt. Mon. Sir John Gorst. 

.\ttornev ( reneral — Kt. Hon. Sir K. Webster, (i. c. m. (i. o. c. 



Seotlaiui. 

Lord .lust !('»>-( iciitial — l.onl Ilolii-rtsoii. 
I.tinl .\ii\t)fiile — .\. (iiiiliiini Miirriiy, ij. c, 
l\i 1 per I'p ivy Sciil— .Min(jiiis ui I.o'tliiaii. 
Lord .Iii>ti f("( Icrlc .luloi H. A. .Mitcdimald. 
Lord (Vcrk Itcj^istcr Imkr o| .Moiitio.se. 
N)licilor ticii'Tal— Cliiis. Scutt IMckson, <<. e. 



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I'lidcr Sfir. tary- Sirhavid Haritd. 
Lord (liaiifcllor— litini .Vsliltourne. 
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Sral of (htvfrnmenl — Oltnwa. 
(lOVKliNOH-fiENKiiAi, IIiH I'lxct'llcncv ilu- Ri>,'lit III >raltl«' Siii .Ihhn 

(AMrBKI.I. II.\MII/l()N-(in|{|(()N. Karl (if Alu'ldcni etc., Cl(>,(>()(> .iild 

rt'sidt'iu't'. 
( i(»vernor-( i«'iit'r:irH St'cietary's Oflici' Mustcrii Fllock. 
ScciH'tiirv to ( iovcrixir-C ifiiiTal I):ivi(l l']rskiiif, Ks(|. 
.\i(U's-(le-('iun|) — Caplaiii IF. \\ . Willu'rlorci', (/ihm-u's llavs, aixl LumiU'Ii: 

(i. 1'. Sharp, Kille IliiKa.U'. 
Kxira Ai(h'(lt'-('aiii|»- -lloiioraitU' A .1. Majctrilianks, Hoyal Scittti-li Archfis. 

(loVKIiNOKS (JKNKKAL SIN( K (OM'KDKKATIO.N AND DATKS 

OF AIM'OINTMKNT. 

Kinlit Ifoii. Viscount Mon(;k, (». c. m. (J., .)mu' 1, IS('>7. 

IJiulit lion. liiinl I js(,'ar, <;. c. M. (i. (Sir .lolm Voinij,'), I)i'ctMnl)pr '1% 1M»5S. 

Kijjlit Hon. tlu' I'larl of r>nfU'rin, K. p., K.c. n., (i.e. M.d., May 'J2, IS7'J (now 

Man|uis of hnlU'rln). 
Iklicht lion, the Manmis of Korno, ic. T., 'i. c. M. o., P. «',, ftc, ( )('tolu'r .">, 1S7S. 
The Most lion, till' .\liir(|iiis of Lansdownc, <i. r. M. (•., etc., .\u;,'iist is, ISSIi. 
Kii;lil Hon. Lord Stanley of Preston, o. v. n., May I, ISSS, who succeeded to 

the Karldoin of l)erl)y on (he death of his hrother, April 'Jl. ISI»:{. 
Ki^'ht lion, the Karl of .Mterdeen, K.c. M. o., i.i,. i>., Septend)er IS, IS'.Cl. 

Id KIT !•: N A .NT ( i( ) V KH N( )K.S. 

Ontario — His Honor the Hon. Sir Oliver Mow.it, K.c.M.o. 

(/iiehoc lli.s Honor the Hon. Sir Joseph Adoiphe Chapleau, K. I'.'.M.d., !•.(., 

1,1,. I)., (J. c. 
Nova Sciiiia — His Honor the Hon. .Malaehy Bowes I);dy. <;. (\ 
New Brunswick His Honor the Hon. Aimer Keid McClclau. 
I'riiice Kdward Island— I !!< Honor the Hun. (Jeorj^^e W. Ilowlan. 
.Manit(»l)a His Honor the Hon. .J. ('. I'alterson. 
British ( 'ohnnhia His Honor the Hon. Kdj^^ar hewdney. c. K., v.v. 
Northwest Territories-IIis Honor the Hon. ('Iiaili-s II, Mackintosh. 

CAIUNKT MINISTKKS OF TIIK DOMINION OF (ANVDA. 

(Ac.rdrdiiH/ lo Prrcfilriirr.) 

Ministry formed IMth .luly, IS'.Ki. 

\i\iihi Hon. Sir Wilfred Kaurier, o. t. M. G., President of tiie I'rivy Council, 



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Hon. Sir RichanI .J. Cartwriyht, (,.c. M.<i., Minister of Trade and Coininen-e, 

.i<7,(lO(>. 
lion. Richard William Scott, Secretary of State, l*<7,0()(>. 
Hon. David Mills, Minister of .lustice," !ri7,0()0. 
Hon. Sir Louis llenrv Davies, K.c. .M.(i., Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 

$7,000. 
Hon. Frederick William liorden, .Minister of Militia ami Defence. -$7,000. 
lion. William .Miilock, l'o>tiiiaster ( ieuerld, ^7,000. 
Hon. Sydney Arthur I'isher, Minisier of .\<;ricultiire, ^7,000. 
lion. Joseph Israel Tarte, '.Winister of I'liidic Works, !j>7,000. 
Hon. Richard Keid Dolu'll, wilhonl portfolio. 

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Hon. William Stevens Fielding, Minister of Finance, $7,000. 
Hon. Andrew George Blair, Minister of Railways and Canals, $7,000. 
Hon. Cliristopher Alphonse Geoft'rion, without portfolio. 
Hon. Cliflbrd Sifton, Minister of the Interior, $7,000. 
Hon. William Paterson, Controller of Customs, $5,000. 

Hon. Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere, K. c m. g., Controller of Inland Revenue, 
$5,000. 
Members of Cabinet, in addition to regular salary, receive $1,000 sessional 
allowance. 

NOT IN THE CABINET. 

Hon. Charles Fitzpatrick, Solicitor General of Canada. 

Clerk of the Queen's Privy Council and De{tuty Governor, John J. McGee, Esq. 

CLERKS. 

Henri LaMothe, Assistant Clerk of the Privy C'ouncil. 

S. E. St. Onge Chapleau, Clerk of the Crown in Chancery ; F. K. Bennetts 

and James G. Foley (Deputy Clerk of the Crown in Chancery), first 

class clerks. 

HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR CANADA. 

Hon. Lord Strathcona, k. c. m. a., 17 Victoria street, London, S. W., $10,000. 
Secretary Canadian Government Offices in London, J. (J. ('olmer, $2,195.35. 
Assistant Secretary and Accountant, A. W. Reynolds, $1,400. 

DEPUTY HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. OTTAWA. 

Clerk of the Privy Council — John Joseph McGee, $3,200. 

Clerk of the Senate— Edouard J. Langevin, N. p., $3,400. 

Clerk of the House of Commons — J. G. Bourinot, c. M. G., d. c. l., ll. d., $3,400. 

Governor General's Secretary — David Erskine, Esq. 

Auditor General — John Lome McDougall, c. M. o., M. A., $4,000. 

Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence— Col. Charles Eugene Panet, $3,200. 

Deputy Minister of Finance — John Mortimer Courtney, c. M. G., $4,200. 

Commissioner of Inland Revenue — Edward Miall, $3,200. 

Deputy Postmaster General— R. M. Coulter, $3,200. 

Deputy Minister Public Works— Antoine Gobeil, $ ,200. 

Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery— Samuel Edward Dawson, i- P., 

F. R. s. c, $3,200. 
Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce— WiliiatnGrannis Parmelee, $4,000, 
Deputy Minister of Railways and Canals— Coll ingwood Schreiber, c. E., $H,00'». 
Deputy Minister of the Interior- James A. Smart, $3,200 
Deputy Minister of Justice— Edmund Leslie Newcombe, q. v., $4,000. 
Deputy Superintendent-lieneral of Indian Affairs— James A. Smart, $3,200. 
(JoniptroUer of the Northwest Mounted Police— Freilerick White. 
Chief and Director of the (ieological Survtv— (i, M. Dawson, c. M. g., ll. d., 

F. R. 8., $4,000. 
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Statistics— William Bain Scarth, $3,200. 
Under-Secretary of State— Joseph Pope, $3,200. 
Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries— Francis F. ''Jounlcau. 

CANADIAN GOVERNMENT AGENTS IN UNITED KINGDOM. 

Liverpool— John Dyke, 15 Water street. (Glasgow— Thomas Grahame, 40 
St. Enoucli Square. Belfast— H. Merrick, 35 Victoria Place. Dublin— Thos. 
Connolly, Northumberland House. Bristol— J. W. Down, Bath Bridge. 

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MEMBERS OF PRIVY COUNCIL NOT NOW HOLDING OFFICE. 

ilon. Win. McDongc'Jl, Sir W. 1*. Howland, Hon. Peter Mitchell, Sir Hector 
L. Langevin, Hon. James C. Aikens, Sir Charles Tiipper (Bart.), Hon, Hngh 
McDonald, lion. Edward Blake, Hon. David Laird, Hon. William Ross, 
Hon. v. B. Vail, Hon. C. A. P. Pelletier, Hon. Alfred Gilpin Jones, Hon, 
James McDonald, Hon, L. R. Masson, Sir Mackenzie Bowell. Hon, G. 
Baby, Sir Adolphe P. Caron, Sir John Carling, Hon. John Costigan, Sir 
J. Adolphe Chaplean, Sir Frank Smith. Hon, George E, Foster, Sir Charles 
Ilibhert Tapper, Hon, John Haggart, Hon. Edgar Dewdney, Hon. Charles C. 
Colby, Hon. George Airey Kirkpatrick, Hon. J. Aid. Ouimet, Hon. William 
Miller, Hon. G. W. Allan, Hon. J. C Patterson, Hon, A. Lacoste, Hon. T, 
Mayne Daly, Hon, Anguste Real Angers, Hon. William Bullock Ives, Hon. 
Arthur R. Dickey, Hon. W. H. Montague, Hon. Donald Ferguson, Hon. John 
F. Wood, Hon, E. G, Prior, Hon. Alplionse Desjardins, Sir Donald A. Smith, 
Hon. J )hn J. Rosp, Hon. L. O. Taillon, Hon, Hugh J, Macdonald, Hon. 
David Tisdale. 

Supreme Court of Canada. 

The Supreme Court, for the purpose of hearing and determining Appeals, 
holds three sessions annually at the City of Ottawa, commencing third Tues- 
day in February, first Tuesday in Mav, and first Tuesday in October, 

Chief Justice—Sir Henry Strong, Kt., .?8,000. 

Judges — Hon, Henri Elz^ar Taschereau, Hon. John Wellington Gwynne, 
Hon. Robert Sedgwick, Hon. George E. King, Hon. D^sir^ Girouard, $7,000 
each. 

Registrar— Robert Cassels, q. c, $3,200. Reporter— C\ H. Masters, $1,850; 
Assistant Reporter— L. W. Coutlee, $1,400. 

Excliequer Court. 

Judge— Hon. Geo. W. Burbidge, $6,000. Registrar— L. A. Audette,$2,300. 

New Brunswick Admiralty District. — Judge, Hon. Ezekiel McLeod, $1,000; 
Deputy Judge, M. McDonald ; Registrar, Robert O. Stockton ; Marshal, T, C, 
Humbert. 

Board of Examiners for Civil Service, 

John Thorburn, A. D, DeCelles and J. C, Glashan ; Secretary, J. F.Watters. 

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THE SENATE. 

Speaker — Hon. <7. A. P. Pelletier, c. m. g. Clerk — Edward Jos. Langevin, 
13,400. Chaplain— The Yen. John S. Lander, D. c. L. 

Senators .sessional allowance, $1,000. 



Jabez B Snowball 
David Wark, 
George T P)aird, 
George G King, 



Province of New Brunswick 

Honorables. 

James D Lewin, 
James Dover 
Josiali Wood, 



Robert Barrie Dickie, 
William Miller, q c, 
Alex Maofarlane, <.i c, 
Wni J Almon, M D, 



Province of Nova Scotia- 

Ilonorablea. 

William McDonald, 
L (i l*ower, Li> IJ, 
Thomas McKav, 



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Pascal Poirier, 
Michael Adams, 
Thomas Temple. 



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Clarence Primrose, 
David Mackeen, 
John Lovitt. 



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John O'Donohoe, (i o, 
David Reesor, 
Geo W Allan, fk g s, 
Sir Frank Smith, Kt, 
Alex Vidal, p l s. 
Richard Wm Scott, 
Donald Mclnnis, 
Donald McMillan, 



Jos F ArmantI, 
Matthew II Cochrane, 
.^oseph H Bellerose, ,t p, 
Pierre A DeBlois, 
C E B DeBoucherville, 
Chas A P Pelletier, 
A W Ogilvie. 
John Jones Ross, m d, 



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Ilomrrahles. 

Samuel Merner, 
I Geo (' McKindsey, 

R J Gowen, 
I M Sullivan, 
I F (Memow, 
I C E ('asgrain,('M, m d, 
I Lachlan Mc('allum, 

Sir M Bowel 1, k <• m g. 

Province of (^nebec— 24 

Honorables. 

Joseph Bolduc, 

E J Price, 

J Rosaire Tliibaudeau, 

L F R Masson, 

H Montplaisir, 

P Landry. 

G A Dri-mmond, 

Sir Wm Ilingston, Kt, 

Province of Prince Edward Island— 4. 



William Eli Sanford, 
Peter McLaren, 
Jolin Dobson, 
James C Aikins, 
Sir J ( 'arling, K c M G, 
David Mills. 
(Jeorge A Cox. 



James O'Brien, 
J O Villenuve, 
Wm Owens, 
(leo B Baker, 
L G Forget, 
Jean B R Fiset, 
A A Tliibaudeau. 



Hon J S Prowse, 
Hon J O Arsenanlt, 



Hon John Sutherland, 
Hon T A Bernicr. 



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Hon Andrew A Macdonakl, 
Hon Donald Ferguson. 



Hon Charles A Boulton, 
Hon J N Kirchoirer. 



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Province of British Coliiiiibia— 3. 

Hon W Jno Macdonald, | Hon T R Mclnnes, | Hon James Reid. 

Northwest Territories— 2. 
Hon W D Perley, | Hon J A. Loiigheed. 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

The House of Commons numbers 213 members, being 92 for Ontario, 65 
for Quebec, 20 for Nova Scotia, 14 for New Brunswick, 5 for Prince Edward 
Islantl, 6 for British Columbia, 7 for Manitoba, and 4 for the Northwest 
Territories. Members sessional allowance, $1,000. 

Speaker — Hon James David Edgar. Clerk — J G Bourinot, c M g, ll d, dcl. 

Province of Quebec. 



Argenteuil, Thos Christie. 
Baj^ot, Flavien Dupont. 
Heauharnois, J G H Bergeron. 
Heauce, .Joseph Ciodbout. 
Hellechasse, Ondsiphore E Talbot. 
Berthier, C Beausoliel. 
Bonaventure, J F Guitd. 
Brotne, Hon Sidney A Fisher. 
Cliarably and Vercheres, Hon C A 

(ieoffirion. 
Champlain, Francois A Marcotte. 
Charlevoix, Louis C A Angers. 
Cliateauguay, J P Brown. 
Compton, Rufus H Pope. 
Cliicoutimie and Saguenay, Paul V 

Savard. 
Drunimond and Arthabaska, vacant. 
r)f)rchcster, Jean Baptiste Morin. 
Caspe, Kodolphe Lemieux. 
Hochelaga, J A C Madore. 
Huntington, J Scriver. 
Jacques Cartier, Frederick D Monk. 
Jollielte, Charles Bazinet. 
Kamouraska, H G Carroll. 
Labelle, J Henri N Bourassa. 
Laprairie and Napierville, D Monet. 
Laval, Thomas P^'ortin. 
L'Assomption, Joseph Gauthier. 
L^vis, Dr V M Guay. 
L' Islet, Arthur M Dechene. 
Lotbmiere, Dr C I Rinfret. 
Maisonneuve, Raymond Pr^fontaine. 
Maskinong^, J H Legris. 
Megantic, George Turcot. 



Missiquoi, Daniel B Meigs. 
Montcalm, Louis E Dugas. 
Montn)agny, P A Choquette. 
Montniorency, Thomas C Casgrain. 
Montreal (St Anne), M J F Quinn. 
Montreal (St Antoine), TG Roddick. 
Montreal (St James), O Desmarais. 
Montreal (St Lawrence), E G Penny. 
Montreal (St Mary;, Hercule Depri^. 
Nicolet, Fabien Boisvert. 
Portneuf, Hon Sir Henri Joly de 

Lotbiniere, K c M G. 
Pontiac, William J Poupore. 
Quebec, C, F Langelier. 
Quebec, E. RtHon Sir Wilfrid Laurier 
Quebec, W, Hon Richard R Dobell. 
Quebec County, Hon Chas Fitzpatrick 
Richmond and Wolfe, M T Stenson. 
Richelieu, A A Bruneau. 
Rimouski, vacant. 
Rouville, L P Brodeur. 
St Hyacinthe, M E Bernier. 
SoulanE;es, Augustin Bourbonnais. 
Shetibrd, Charles H Parmalee. 
Sherbrooke, Hon W B Ives. 
St John and Iberville, Hon J I Tarte. 
Three Rivers and St Maurice, Hon 

Sir Adolplie Caron, K c M g. 
Two Mountains, Joseph A C Ethier. 
Temiscouata, vacant. 
Terrebonne, L^on Adolphe Chauvin. 
Vandreuil, H S Harwood. 
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I'.riint, S, C n Hcyd, 
f'rockvillr-, lion .lolin 
Uriicc!, J*;, Ilciirv C.nvisiW. 
liriicc, N, A MrNcill. 
I'.nicc, W, .John Tolrt.ic. 
Cjinlwcll, Willijun Stnl)hK 
CarUtlon, VV T Ilod-^ins. 
(Jortiwiill .'Hid Stoniionl 

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Durliiirn, K, T I) Craiu. 
Durham, VV, l{ lU-ith. 
Kl^^in, K, A V> Ingram, 
i'lltjin, VV, (Jcory;*' K Casey. 
I'-HHCX, \, Win M (•( i rt!<for. 
Kks(!X, S, Middoii K Cowan. 
Krorilcnac, l)avid I) lloj^crs. ' 
(ih'ii^jirry, \i K McLcniiio. 
(ircnville, S Kidin^f, ,1 I) lieid. 
Grey, K, l)r T ;S Sproule. 
(Irey, N, lion ^Vtii I'atorson. 
(irey, fS, (it'or^c J.aiiderl<in. 
Hahliniand and Monck, lion W H 

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Il.dton, I) Henderson. 

( Thos H iMiicriierson. 

( ,\n(h'e\v T Wood. 
Ilastinfjfs, K, .Jeremiah .M Hurley. 
IIasiinj,'s, N, A VV Carscallan. 
Hastings, VV', Henry Corhy. 
Huron, K, Dr IVter Macdonald. 
Huron, S, John McMillan. 
Huron, VV, Malcolm C Cameron. 
Kent, Archihald CamplK-lJ. 
Kinjiston, Byron M Britton. 
Lanrnion, \V, .1 1' Lister. 
JiHmhfon, K, John Kraser. 
Lanark, N, Bennett Rosamond. 
Lanark, S, Hon .1 (J llag<(;irt. 
Leeds and ( lreenville,Kianeis T Frost 
Leeds, S, (leorjije Taylor. 
Lennox, Lriah Wilson. 
Lincoln and Niay^ara, Wm Gibson. 
London, Thomas Bent tie. 



Hamilton, 



Middlesex, E, James Gilmour. 
Middlesex, N, Valentine Ratz. 
.Middlesex, S, Malcolm Mcl^ugan. 
Mid.llesex, VV, William S Calvert. 
.Mnskoka, George McCormick. 
Nipissing, James B Klock. 
Norfolk, N, John Charlton. 
Norfolk, .S Hon David Tisdale. 
Northumberland, E, E Cochrane. 
Northumberland, W, Geo Guillet. 
Ontario, N, D Graham. 
Ontario, S, Leonard Burnett. 
Ontario, VV, Hon James D Edgar. 
,,,, ^,.. f Napoleon .\ Beleourt. 
Ottawa City, | ^^,j',j^^, Hutchison. 

Oxford. N, J Sutherland. 
Oxford, S, Hon Sir R J Cartwright. 
Peel. John Featherston. 
Perth, N, Alex M MacLaren, 
Perth. S, Dilman K Erb. 
Peterboro', E, John Lang. 
Peterboro', W, James Kendry. 
Prescott, I Proulx. 
Prince Edward, Wm B Pettet. 
Renfrew, N, Thomas Mackie. 
Renfrew, S, John Ferguson. 
Russell, VV C Edwards. 
Simcoe, E, W H Bennett. 
Simcoe, N, Dalton McCarthy. 
Simcoe, S, R Tyrwhitt. 
Toronto, C, William Lount. 
Toronto, E, John R Robertson, 
rr, , \\r f Edward F Clarke. 
Toronto, W, | Edmund B Osier. 

Victoria, N, Sam Hughes. 
Victoria, S, George \IcHugh. 
Waterloo, N, Joseph E Seagram. 
W^aterloo, S, J Livingston. 
Wei land, William McCleary. 
Wellington, C. Andrew Semple. 
Wellington, N, James McMiillen. 
Wellington, S, Christian Kloepfer. 
Wentworth and Brant,N,J Somerville 
Wentworih. S, Thomas Bain 
York, E, Wm F Maclean. 
York. N. Hon Wm Mulock. 



York, VV, N Clark Wallace. 
rrovinco of Prince Edward Island. 



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Carleton, Frederick H Hale. 
Charlotte, Gilbert W Ganong. 
(rloucester, Thdotime Blanciianl. 
Kent, Geo V. Melnerney. 
Kings, James Domville. 
Northumberland, James Robinson. 

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St John City, John V Ellis. 
I St John County, Joseph J Tucker. 

Sunbury and Queens, Hon AG Blair. 
! Victoria, Hon John Costigan. 
' Westmorland, H A Powell. 

York, Hon George E Foster. 

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Annapolis, John B Mills. | 

Antigonish, Colin F Mclsaac. 

T, , j Hector F McDougall. 
(ape Breton, { ,j r,. ^,, r,-, "^ 
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Colchester, F McClure. 

Cumberland, Hance J Logan. 

Digby, Albert J S Copp. 

Guysboro, D C Eraser. i 

TT ,.f f Robert L Borden. ; 

tlaliiax, j Bgnjamin Russell. | 

Hants, Allen Haley. 

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Inverne.ss, Angus McLennan. 
Kings, Hon F W Borden. 
Lunenburg, C E Kaull)ach. 
p. ( Sir Chas Hibbert Tupper. 

riCtOU, -^ ^ j^j^ ^,,^j,^ j^^jj 

Richmond, J A Gillies. 

Shelburne and Queens, Hon W S 

Fielding. 
Victoria, John L Bethune. 
Yarmouth, T B Flint. 

Manitoba. 



Brandon, Hon Clifford Sifton. 
Lisgar, Robert L Richardson. 
Selkirk, John A Macdonnell. 
Macdonald, G Rutherford. 

ProTince of Britisli Columbia. 



Marquette, Wm J Roche. 
Provencher, Alphonse A C LaRivifire. 
Winnipeg, W S Jameson. 



Burrard, George R Maxwell. 

New Westminster, Aulay Morrison. 

Vancouver, Wm W B Mclnnes. 

Nortliwest Territories. 



,T. . . f Thomas Earle. 
Victoria, < XT T7I / 1 r> • 

' i Hon E G Prior. 

Yale and Cariboo, Hewitt Bostock. 



Alberta, Frank Oliver. 

Assiniboia, East, James M Douglas. 



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Lieutenant-Governor, the Hon Sir J A Chapleau, K c M G ; PC; q c ; ll d; 
$10,000; Major H C Shejipard, A D c; Edouard Delpit, Private See'y. 

Executive Council. 

Hon F G Marchand, Premier and Treasurer; Henry T Machin, Assistant 
Treasurer; Hon .J E Robidoux, Provincial Secretary and Registrar; Jos. 
Boivin, Assislant Secretary and Deputy Registrar; Hon H Archainbault, 
Attorney (ieneral and Speaker of tl»e J^egislative Council ; L J Cannon, 
Assistant Attorney General and Law Clerk ; Hon F G M D^chSne, Commis- 
sioner of Agriculture; G A Gigault, Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture; 
Hon S N Parent, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Forests and Fisheries; K E 
Tachd, Assistant Commissioner of Crown Lands, Forests and Fisheries; Hon 
A Turgeon, Commissioner of Colonization and Mines; S Dufault, Assistant 
Commissioner of Colonization and Mines; Hon H Th Dufly, Commissioner of 
Public Works; S Lesage, Assistant Commissioner of Public Works; Hon Jos 
Shehyn, Hon G W Stephens, Hon J J E Guerin (without portfolios) ; Gustave 
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Lieutenant-Governor, the Hon Sir Oliver Mowat, K c M G, $10,000. 

Executive Council. 

Hon A S Hardy, ll d, q c, Premier and Attorney General, $7,000; Lt-Col 
Hon J M Gibson, ll b, q c, Commissioner of Crown Lands, $4,000; Hon W 
Harty, Commissioner of Public Works, $4,000; Hon E J Davis, Secretary 
and Provincial Registrar, $4,000; Hon R Harcourt, M A, Q c, Provincia'l 
Treasurer, $4,000 ; Hon Geo W Ross, ll d, f R s c. Minister of Education, 
$4,000; Hon John Dryden, Minister of Agriculture, $4,000; Hon E II 
Bronson (without portfolio.) 

J R Cartwright, M A, Q c. Clerk Executive Council, $.3,000; J L Capreol, 
Assistant Clerk, $1,600; Lt-Col Charles Clarke, Clerk of the House and Clerk 
of the Crown in Chancery, $2,000. 

DEPUTY HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. 

J R Cartwright, Deputy Attorney General, $3,000; Aubrey White, Assist- 
ant Commissioner Crown Lands, $2,800; Wm Edwards, Secretary Public 
Works, $2,200; G E Lumsden, Assistant Secretary, $2,300; W N Anderson, 
Assistant Treasurer, $2,300; J Millar, b a. Deputy Minister of Education, 
$2,300; C C James, M A, De|)nty Minister of Agriculture, $2,300; R Christie, 
$2,()00, T F Chamberlain, m d, $2,500, and James Noxon, $2,400, Inspectors 
of Prisons and Public Charities; J F C Ussher, Deputv Registrar, $1,400; J 
Dickey, Inspector Division Courts, $1,700; P H Bryce, M A, M d. Secretary 
Board of Health ; J H Hunter, m a. Inspector of Insurance, $3,000 ; C li 
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liieiitenant-Cioveinor, His Honor M B Only, $9,000. 
I'livate Secretary and Provincial A I) (', Lieut-Col H W Clerke. 
Provincial Aides-do-Cajnp, Major J Menger, Lieut J I) Ritchie. 

Exwcutivc Council. , 

Hon G H Murray, Premier, Provincial Secretary and Treasurer, $4,000; 
Hon (J E Church, Commissioner of Public Works and Mines, $.3,200; Hon J 
Wilberf'orce Longley, Attorney (ieneral, $3,200; Hon Thos Johnson, Hon A 
II Comeau, Jion T H Black, Hon A Mactiillivray. Clerk of Executive 
( (iinicil, H Crosskill. A H McKay, Superintendent of Education; B W 
Cliipiiian, Secretary for Agrii'idture ; Martin Muri)hy, i) s, (j E, Provincial 
Kngineer. 

DEPUTY HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. 

Herbert Crosskill, Deputy Provincial Secretary; John MacAloney, Casliier; 
James H Austin, Deputy Commissioner of Crown Lands; Edwin (iilpin,jr., 
A M, M M Inst M E, Deputy Commissioner of Public Works and Mines and 
Inspector of Mines. 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Lieutenant-Governor, the Hon George W Howlan, |7,000. 

Private Secretary, Nivian Doran. 

Provincial Aide-de-Camp, Lieut-Col F S Moore. 

Executive Conucil. 

Hon A B Warburton, Premier, $1,200; Hon H C McDonald, Attorney 
(reneral, $1,200; Hon Angus McMillan, Provincial Secretary and Treasurer 
and Commissioner of Crown Ijands, $1,200; Hon James K McLean, Commis- 
sioner of Public Works, $1,2(>0. Without portfolio, Hon J W Richards, Hon 
B Rogers, Hon Peter McNutt, Hon Anthony McLauclilan. 

Arthur Newbury, Clerk Executive Council jind Asst Prov Secy-Treas, $1,000. 

Daniel J McLeod, Chief Superintendent Education, $1,200. 

Benjamin Balderson, Provincial Auditor, $1,000. 

Kiciiard Smith, Secretary Public Works, $900. 

W C White Registrar of Deeds, $1,000. 

W H Crosskill, Secretary to Attorney General and Librarian, $1,000. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Livjutenant-Governor, the Hon Edgar Dewdney, c E, p c, $9,000. 
Private Secretary, Capt Richardson, $1,200. 

Executive Council. 

Hon .J H Turner, Premier and Minister of Finance ;ind Agriculture, 
$5,000; Hon J Baker, Provincial Secretary, Minister of Mines, Education 
and Immigration, $4,000 ; Hon G B Martin, Chief Commissitmer of Lands 
and Works, $4,000; Hon D M Eberts, <i c. Attorney General, $4,000; H<m 
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Seat of Government, Kegina. 
Lieutenant-Governor, Hon Charles Herbert Mackintosh, $7,000. 

Execiiiive Council. 
FVederick William Gordon Haultain, James H Kosh, Hillyard Mitchell, 
Charles Alexander Maprath and George Hedley Vicars B Biilyea. 
Clerk of Legislative Assembly, R H Gordon. 

Deputy Superintendent General of Indian Affairs, James A Smart. 
Indian Commissioner, A E Forget. 

Legislative As.seiiibly. 



Banff, Robt G Brett. 

Battleford, Jas Clinkskill. 

Batoche, C E Boucher. 

Cannington, S S Page. 

East Calgary, Jos Bannerman. 

Edmonton, Matthew McCauley. 

High River, John Lineham. 

Kinistino, Wm F Meyers. 

Lethbridge, 

MacLeod, 

Med. Hat, E Fearou. 

Mitchell, 

Moosorain, John R Nefl". 



North Regina, (i W Brown. 

Prince Albert, West, Thos J .\gnew. 

Prince Albert, E, J F Betts, Speaker. 

Red Deer, John A Simpson. 

Saltcoats, W Eakin. 

Souris, G H Knowling. 

South Qu'Appelle, 

South Regina, D Mowat. 

St. Albert, D Maloney. 

Victoria, F F Tims. 

West Calgary, O A Critchlev. 

Whitewood, A B Gillis. 

Wolseley, Jas Peers Dill. 

Yorkton, 



Moosejaw, 

North\^u'AppelIe, D H McDonald. 

COUNCIL OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

The members of the Executive Council and the following appointed mem- 
bers : Rt Rev Bishop of Saskatchewan and Calgary, \ E Forget, Regina ; A 
H Smith, B A, Moosomin ; Rev Father Gillies. 

Superintendent of Education, D J Goggin, m a. Regina. 

Secretary, E J Wright, Regina. 

NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE. 

Commissioner— L W Herchmer, Regina, $2,600. 
Assissant Commissioner, — J H Mclllree, Regina, -til, 600. 
Adjutant (Acting) — Inspector Irwin, Regina. 
Paymaster (Acting) — Inspector M Baker, Regina. 
Quartermaster (Acting)— Inspector M Baker, Regina. 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 

Lieutenant-Governor, the Hon James C Patterson, $10,000. 

Pro\ icial Executive, 

Hon Thomas Greenway, Premier, President of Council, Minister of Agri- 
culture and Immigration, and Railway Commissioner; Hon D H McMillan, 
Provincial Treasurer and Land Commissioner ; Hon J D Cameron, Attorney 
General and Municipal Comn.issioner ; Hon Robert Watson, Minister Public 
Works; Hon C J Mickle, Provincial Secretary; C Graburn, Clerk Executive 
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.) Maedongiill, Sergeant-at-ArniH ; .) I'. Robertson, I>ibrarlaii. 

PnMiiH'ial lir^Mslatiirc. 

Hon Finlay M Young, .Speaker. 



Avondale, T Dickie 
Heautifnl IMains, \V F Sirett. 
I'.irtle, Hon Ciiarles J Miekle. 
I'.randon City, Chas Adams. 
Carillon, Roger Marion. 
<'v press, A Doig. 
l)aiii)liin, T A Burrows. 
Deloraine, C A Young. 
l»ennis, W J Kennedy. 
Kinerson, D II McFadden. 
Kildonan, Hector Sutherland. 
Killarncy, Hon F M Young. 
Lakeside, James McKenzie. 
I.iuisdowne, Tobias Crawford Norris. 
l/iVerandrye, T Pard. 
Lorne, James Riddel I. 
Manitou, John D Mcintosh. 
Minnedosa, R II Myers. 
Morden, T Duncan. 
Morris, Stewart Mulvey. 



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Mountain, Hon Thomas Greenway. 
Norfolk, (Jeo Rogers. 
North Brandon, Hon Cliflbrd Sifton. 
Portage la Prairie, Hon R VVats<jii. 
Khiueland. \ Winkler. 
Rock wood, S J Jackson. 
Kosenfeldt, F Winkler. 
Russell, James Fisher. 
Sf .\ndrews, Sigtryggur Jonasson. 
St I'oniface, J F P Prendergast. 
Saskatchewan, D McNauglit. 
Souris, A M Campbell. 
South Brandon, vacant. 
Springlield, Thos 11 Smith. 
Turtle Mountain, vacant. 
Westbourne, Thos L Morton. 
Wit)ni})eg, C, Hon D H McMillan. 
Winnipeg, N, P C Mclntyre. 
Winnipeg, S, Hon J D Cameron. 
Woodland, R P Ptoblin. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Lieutenant-Governor, the Hon Abner Reid McClelan, .'!<9,000. 
Aide-de-Camp — Capt D S V Eaton. 

Extra Aides-de-Camp— Lieut-(."olonel Coll, NBArtillerv; Lieut A George 
r.lair, Jr, 71st York Batt. Execiilivo Council. 

Hon Henry R Emnierson, Premier Chief Commissioner of Publii- \Vork>, 
■^■2,100; Hon Lemuel J Tweedie, Provincial Secretary and President of 
Kxecutive Council, $2,100 ; Hon Albert S White, Attorney General, ;J>1,200 ; 
Hon James Mitchell, Solicitor (Jeneral, ii!l,200; Hon Albert T Dunn, Sur- 
veyor General, $1,700; Hon Chas H LaI»illois, Commissioner for Agriculture, 
^1/200; Hon Lauchlan P Farris (without portfolio). F A II Slraton, Clerk. 

Agent (Jeneral for New Brunswick in (Jreat P>ritain, C A Duft' Miller, 

' '•"^''" House of Assembly. 

County of Albert — Hon H R Emnierson, C J Osman. 
County of Carleton — Allan Dibblee, Chas L Smith, Henry McCain. 
County of Chai'lotte — Hon James Mitchell, James Russell, James O'Brien, 
IJeorge F Hill. 
County of Gloucester- John Sivewright, P J Veniot, Prosper E Patdin. 
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Comity (»r NoitliiiiiilK'rlimd — lolm I* Kiinliill, Allan A Davidson, Hon I. 
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Coiiiity of (^»lK■l■n^— II<.n I. V Fanis, Isaac; W (*Hr|H'nU'r. 

County of Ivtsti^'nuhf -Hon Clias II Laltillois, VV II Molt. 

City o St .John— Silas Alwanl, (' I! Lockhart, Wtn Shaw, A A Stockton. 

Comity of St .lolin (Ion Allu'it T |)min, .John Mclx'od. 

Comity orSunhiiiv — Cliark's H Hanison, David Morrow. 
" CtMinty of X'lctoria -James Porter, .\dam Hevcrid^e. 

County of Wistiiiorland-W Woodbury Wells, lion \ D Richard, Fnil 
\V Sumnu'r, C \V l;ul)iii>oii. 

County of York— .lolm lUack, Herman H IMtt.s, James K Pinder, \Vm T 
Howe. 

Oflk'crs of the House of Assembly. 

H I> Kainsford, Clerk; Cieo Y Dihhlee, .-Assistant Clerk; H Rntter, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms; (i II Flewelling and Narcisc D Landry, FiUffrossinf,' (Klerks. 

Departiiieiital Ofliccx. 

Proviiif.ial Secniani\f Ojfice — Provincial Secretary and Receiver General, 
H(»n L J Tweedie, s2,lO(l; Deputy Provincial Secretary and Deputy Regis- 
trar (ieneral, U W LTilihitls, ir^l.tiob; Deputv Receiver General, G N Babbitt, 
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Sarreyor (ieiiernP>< Drpitrtmcnt — Deputy Surveyor General, , 

:i;i,"200; Cliiet' I.)r;iii;;litsnian, T G Log'gie, $1.-100; .Vssistant Draughtsman, 
R S Barker, $1,100; Accountant and Lumber Asrent, W P Flewelling, $1,400. 

Board of Works Drparlment — Chief Con.mi.ssioner, Hon H R Emmersoii, 
$1,700; Secretary to Board of Works, T B Winslow, $l,r)00; Engineer, A U 
Wetmore, S1,S00: Clerk, (i Fred Cov, $700. 

Ihpdriment of A(/ricaltiire — Coniinissioncr, Hon C PI Labillois, |1,200; 
Deputv Commissioner, T \ l^eters, $1,000; Solicitor General, Hon Jamc^ 
Mitchell, $1,200. 

Departmental O/n/w— Auditor General, Jas S Beck, $1,600; Clerk, T Otty 
Crookshank, $000; Clerk of the Pleas, T Carleton Allen, $2,200; Deputv 
Clerk of the Pleas, Kobt G Wetmore, $600; Librarian, Albert Alward, $o00": 
Caretaker Pailiament Building, John Lister, $600; Queen's Printer, R W L 
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SiiiuM'iiK' Court of Judicature. 

Chief Justice— Hon W H Tuck, May 13, 1896, $5,000. 

Justices— Hon Daniel L Hanington, March, 1892; Hon P A Landry, 
September, 1893; Hon F'red E Barker, December, 28, 1898; Hon James A 
Yanwart, April 10, 1894; Hon K McLeod, May 13, 1896, $4,000 each. 

T Carleton Allen, Clerk of the Crown, Clerk of tlie Pleas, and Clerk in 
Equity; Robert R Ritchie, Deputy Clerk in Equity, St John. 

Terms— Hilary Term, last Tuesday in January; Easter Term, secoml 
Tuesday in April ; Trinity Term, first Tuesday in June; Michaelmas Term. 
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County of" Gloucester — The first Tuesday in March, and the first Tuesday 
in September. 

Citunty of Kent— The second Tuesday in March, and the fourth Tuesday 
in Septembf^r. 

County of Kings -The second Tuesday in January, and the second Tuesday 
in September. 

County (if Madawaska — The second Tuesday in Marcli, and tlie first Tues- 
<lay in October. 

County of Northumberland — Tli',- fourth Tuesday in March, and the second 
Tuesday in September 

County of (Queens — The third Tuesday in May, and the second Tu*^sday in 
October. 

County of Hestigouche — The second Tuesday in March, and the last Tl}(9i' 
day in August. 

Ctty and County of St John — The first Tuesday in J;iuuary, Mie second 
Tuesday in March, the third Tuesday ii' June, the first Tuesday ii ""ntember, 
and the fourth Tuesday in November. 

Cuujity of Sunbury — The second Tuesday in May, and the third Tuesday in 
Oitober. 

County of Victoria — The first Tuesday in March, and the I'uU'tli Tuesd»v 
in September. 

County of Westmorland — The second Tuesday in January, tiie first Tuesday 
in May, and the first Tuesday in Sejitember. 

County of York — Tlie first Tuesday in January and third Tuesday in June. 

Court for th«' Trial and Piinishiiiciit ol' Piracy and Otiior Offences 

of tlie Hi^Hi Sea<«. 

The Governor, the Chief J\istice, and other Judges of the Supreme Court; 
the Members of the P^xecutive Council, .Judge of the Vice-Admiralty, the 
I^rovincial Secretary, Commander-in-Chief, Flag OfHcers and Captains, the 
Conanander of Shi{)S of War oi\ this station for the time being. The Court 
-its at any [)lace within the Province to be ai)pointed by any three of tlie 
nunibers;' the Governor, Chief Justice or one of tlie Su[)reme Court, or Judge 
ol Admiral! being one. ProiMte Court 

For the City and County •" St Jihn i- held every Monday at eleven o'clock, 
at the Probate Court \l ai, in the ^''igsley Building. Arthur I Trueman, 
i> I' L, Judge ; J in McM 'an, IvegiM ^r 

lourt of IM rce and Matrimonial Causes. 
Judge — Hon ) A Vairvart August 24, 1^94). Registrai— F A II Straton. 
Terms: The fourth Tuesday in l-'ebruary, . une and October, 



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IT WILL REUEVE Y0U-HI66INS' BRITISH LINIMENT. 

County Courts. 

JUDGES AND CLERKS. 

(Jutlges receive $2,400 each). 



JUDGES. 



COUNTIES. 



APPOINTED. 



James G. Stevens,... Charlotte, Carleton, Victoria, and Ma-| 

(iawaskn, lOth June, 18G7. 

James Steadman,... York, Siinbiiry and Queen's, " " " 

"William Wilkinson, Northumberland, Gloucester and Res- 

tigouclie 10th June, 1881. 

AVm. Wedderburn,... King's and Albert, 8th July, 1882. 

AV. W. Wells Westmorland and Kent, 12th Oct., 1893. 

J Gordon Forbes,... Saint John, ,22nd Jan., 180'>. 



COUNTIES. 

Albert, 

Carleton, 

Charlotte, 

Gloucester, 

Kent, 

King's, ... 

Madawaska, 

Northumberland,. 

Queen's, 

Restigouche 

Saint John, 

Sunbury, 

Victoria, 

Westmorland, 

York, 



:t.i5rks. 



APPOINTED. 



Joseph H. Dickson 9th Sept., 1889. 

W'illiam M. Connell, 10th June, 18()7. 

James G. Stevens, Jr., 14th March, 1867. 

J.J. Harrington 22nd Dec, 189:>. 

C. J. Savre 2nd Oct., 18itl. 

Ora P. King, i3th Sept., 188t). 

Barry R. Plant, 5th Aug., 1884. 

Samuel Tliomson, 10th June, 1867. 

Arthur W. Ebbett, 1897. 

James S. Harquail, 6th Oct., 1896. 

Mont. McDonald, ,12th .June, 1881. 

Charles E. Duffv,.. 14th Dec, 1892. 

W. Fred. Kertson, 12th Nov., 1886. 

William H. Chapman oth Nov., 1887. 

Jer. H. Barry 26th June, ISS-l 

The Courts were established by JiOlh Victora, cap. 10, passed June 17, 1867, 
and are now regulated by the Consolidated Statutes, cap. 51, as amended by 
Act 45 Vic, cap. and subequenl Acts. The Act 45 Vic, cap. 9, authorized 
the appointment of one Judge lor the Counties of Charlotte. Carleton, Victoria 
and Aliidawaska ; one Judge for the Counties of York, Sunbury and Queens; 
one Judge for the Counties of W^estmorland and Kent; one Judge for the 
Counties of Northumberland, Gloucester and Restigouche; one Judge for the 
Counties of Kings and Albert, and one Judge for the County of the City and 
County of St John, provided tlvjt Court for the City and County of VA Joliii 
shall not have or exercise any Jurisdiction in anycau.se in which the City 
Court of St John has jurisdiction. 

The Act also authorizes the appointment of a Clerk for each Court, wim 
shall be an Attorney. The sittings of the respective Courts shall be held at 
or near the County Court House, in the shirelown. 

The County Courts have not cognizance of any action — 

(1st) When the title to land is brought in question; or 

(2nd) In which the validity of any devise, bequest, or limitation is disputed. 

Subject to the above exceptions, the County Courts have, by Act 60 Vic, 
cap 28, jurisdiction, and may hold pleas in all personal actions of debt, cov- 

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NEW BRUNSWICK. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



CALCINED PLASTER, LAND PLASTER, 

ROCK WALL PLASTER. 



ROCK WALL PLASTER is a substitute for ordi- 
nary Lime Mortar, and when applied to ceilings or 
walls does not fall, does not of itself crack, and is, by 
actual test, 400 times stronger than ordinary lime and 
sand plaster. 

Also, a convenient wall plaster for farmers and 
others living in localities distant from central mar- 
kets, where lime, hair, etc., necessary for use in mak- 
ing ordinary mortar, cannot be procured without 
considerable delay. 

ROCK WALL PLASTER is put up in bags of 
100 lbs. each, and is ready for applying to walls by 
the simple addition of sand and water. 

ROCK WALL PLASTER saves time, admits of 
carpenters immediately following the plasterers, giv- 
ing the owner his building weeks earlier than with 
ordinary plaster. 



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HAVE A BOTTLE OF HIGGINS' BRITISH LINIMENT IN THE HOUSE. 



tnant and assumpsit, when the debt or damages do not exceed the sum of $400 ; 
and in all actions of tort, when the damages claimed do not exceed the sum of 
$200; and in actions «n bonds given to a SheriflTor otherwise in any case in a 
County Court, whatever may be the penalty or amount sought to be recovered. 

COU.^TV COURT SITTINGS. 

Albert County — On the third Tuesday in June, and on the fourth Tuesday 
in October. 

Carleton County — On the second Tuesday in March, July and November. 

Charlotte County — On the fourth Tuesdny in February, the second Tuesday 
in June, nc^ »'.e fourth Tuesday in October. 

Gloucester County — On the third Tuesday in March, the second Tuesday in 
July, and the first Tuesday in November. 

Kent County — On the third Tuesday in January, the last Tuesday in 
Aj>ril, the first Tuesday in July, and the fourth Tuesday in October. 

Kings County — On the third Tuesday in January, and the first Tuesday in 
April, July and October. 

Madawaska County — On the second Tuesday in April, and the third Tues- 
day in July and November. 

Northuudierland County — On the fourth Tuesday in .January, the first Tues- 
day in April, the fourth Tuesday in July, and the third Tuesday in October. 

Queens County — On the fourtii Tuesday in May and October. 

Restigouche County — On the fourth Tuesday in March, the third Tuesday 
in July, and the second Tuesday in Novenil)er. 

8t John County — On the fourth Tuesday in February, May and August, 
and the first Tuesday in November. 

Sunbury County — On the first Tuesday in March, the third Tuesday in 
June, and on the Wednesday next after the second Tuesday in October. 

Victoria County — On the third Tuesday in April, the fourth Tuesday in 
,Iidy and November; and on the first Tuesday in January for return of exe- 
cutions only. 

Westmorland County — On the first Tuesday in March and Juno, the second 
Tuesday in September, and the fourth Tuesday in November; the September 
Terra only for the return of executions. 

Yoi-k County — On the second Tuesday in January, the third Tuesday in 
March, and first Tuesday in June and October. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Hon William Mulock, Q c, Postmaster General, $7,000. 

R M Coulter, Deputy Postmaster General. $3,200. 

Wra Dawson LeSueur, u a, Secretary, $2,600. 

George Frederick Everett, Superintendent Money Order Branch, $2,400. 

David Matheson, Superintendent Savings Bank Branch, $2,400. 

Sidney Smith, Superintendent Postal Stores Brand", $2,400. 

Major John Walsh, Superintendent Dead Letter Branch, $2,000. 

Arthur Lindsay, Superintendent Mail Service Branch, $1,950. 

W J Johnstone, Accountant, $2,600. 

E P Stanton, Superintendent Postage Stamp Branch, $1,850. 

M Sweetman, Chief Post OflRce Inspector. $2,800. 

B M Armstrong, Controller Railway Mail Service, $2,500. 

STATIONERY AT J. & A. HcHILLAN'S. 



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New Brunswick — Post Office. 



FOR SPRAINS AND BRUISES BIGGINS' BRITISH UNIHENT IS BEST. 



New Brunswick Division, 

Inspector's Office, St John— N R Colter, Inspector^ !!;2,200 ; William C 
Whittaker, Assistant; W R Avery, \V Flatcli, R J Freeze and Alex Thompson, 
Clerks; M A McLeod, Messenger; Bessie VV Ervin, Stenographer and Type- 
writer. 

George M Ryan, Superintendent Railway Mail Service; C A Murray and 
(i J King, Clerks; H Steele, Transfer Agent. 

Railway Mail Clerks, 

BY SKNIOItlTY. 

F W Hliz/.ard, W J Weldon, B MoG Caldwell, Fred A Estey, J R Pidgeon, 
A J Gross, Henry Wathen, J G Miller, I) McKendrick, Samuel R Maxwell, 
Richard G Magee, S R Jack, (Teorge H Oulton, Alex Murrav, F E Ketcluun, 
C F Hoben, John H Watt, H B IVck, W S Hall, R R Smith, H W Belding, 
D J D'Aigle, J Emerson, John P Hipwell, B Budge, E V Albert, Thos Bedell, 
E B McLeod, A S Belyea, R J Wilkins, C E O'Reilly and W Humphrey. 

Post Office, St. John. 

Postmaster — T B Hanington. Assistant Postmaster— M J Potter. 

Clerks — A W Reed, R C Mclntyre, Andrew McXichol, James S Flaglor, 
James L Finen, R D Wortdrow, J W Ring. R A Hamlin, Thomas Jenkins, 
J H Ritchie, J C Clark, H P Lee, A E Wilson, Frederick Ferguson, J R 
Copp, James Malcolm, John G Montgomerv, Jas S Clark, W J McClaffertv, 
T L Reed, Alex McMullin, F S Finlay, E I) Keirstead, A T Moore and A W 
Lingley. 

OtHce Keeper, George Harrison ; Messenger and Porter, ^V Macaulay. 

Engineers — James VV^)lfe and Edward Hancy. 

Letter Carriers — Geo E W'ithers, Sup't; Caleb Belyea, Geo W Plumpton, 
Wm Lane, J McManus, John Beamish, L' Belyea, A Morgan, C H Elston, 
P Cassely, J A Mailman, J ,J Ryan, James E Rossiter, Dominick Killorn, 
Linley H Roberts, H T Bridgeo, Francis N Perkins, T Damery, Marshall 
Macaulay, James Thompson, James T Brown, James McMonagle and C W 
Magee. 

Money Order Service. 

In sending money by mail, it is always best to transmit by Money Order, it' 
possible; if sent by letter, it should always be registered. 
Money Orders issued and paid from 8.30 a. m. to 3.30 p. m. 

COMMISSIOX ON MONEY ORDERS. 

On Monej' Orders drawn by any Money Order Office in Canada on any 

other Money Order Office in the Dominion, is as follows: 

If not exceeding §: 4 2c ] Over S4o, not exceeding $ GO aOc 

Over I 4, " " 10 fe i " (iO, " " HO 40c 

10, " " '20 10c I " 80, •' " 100 50c 

20, " " 40 20c ! 

No single Money Order, payable in the Dominion of Canada, can be issued 
for more than $100; but as many of $100 each may be given as the remittei 
requires. 

The rates of Commission to Foreign Countries and British Colonies are as 
follows : 



If not exceeding §10 10c 

Over $10, " " 20 20c 

20, " " 30 30c 



Over $30, not exceeding $40 40c 

" 40, " " 50 50c 



PRINTING OF ALL KINDS BT J. & A. McMILLAN. 



New Brunswick — Post Office. 



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ONE BOTTLE OF BIGGINS' BBITISB LINIHEKT WILL CONVINCE. 



POST OFFICE SA VINOS 1!ANK. 

Business in connection with the opening of accounts, dej^ositinjr .-i.ii with- 
(l:;iwing money, will be attended to at iMoney Order OHice, wliere inlbmialion 
can be obtained. Rj^t,.s ^^f p„stag'<'. 

FIKST CLASS iMATTEU. 

Post Cards. — Dominion and United States, Ic; CJreat Britain and other 
I'ostal Union Countries, "Ic. Kei)ly Post Cards for use within tlie Dominion 
will be issued at 2 cents eacli. Canadian 1 cent Post Cards can be forwarded 
to the United Kingdom if a Ic. Postage Stamp be aihxed. 

Private Po.st Cards. -Prepaid by an onlinary Ic. Postage Stamp, may 
now be sent l)y mail within the Dominion of Canada. Tho<e cards must ie 
of ordinary card-board, the same as the oHicial ])ost cards; must not excee<! u 
size of 6 inches in length by o^ inches in width ; must not be folded, and 
nothing but the name and address of the addressee and of the sender; and 
tiie words " Private Post Card" must be written, printed or otherwi'^e im- 
pressed on the address side near the top, and nothing may be attached to 
them. The face of the card is not to be used for advert i-ing i)urp()sc.s. Pri- 
vate Post Cards are not transmissible to the United States. 

Uroj) Letters. — City (including districts heretofore known as Carleton, 
Portland and Indiantown), 2c. per ounce. 

3Iail Letters, — From one place in Canada to another, and between Canada 
and Newfoundland, and Canada and the United Slates, 3c. per oimce; and 
between Canada and Great Britain, oc. per half ounce. 

Insufficiency paid letters, from one place in Canada to another, cm which at 
least a partial prepayment has been made, are forwarded charged with double 
the deticienl postage. 

Letters addressed to places in the United States must be })repaid one full 
rate (3 cents), otherwise they will be sent to the Dead Tjetter OHice. 

Legal and Commercinl Psi|U'rs. - The postage on Legal and Commercial 
Papers for the United States, Great Britain and all Foreign Postal Union 
countries, is a cents for the first 10 ounces or less, and 1 cent for each addi- 
tional 2 ounces. These papers, when posted for delivery in Canada, must I)e 
prepaid at Letter or Parcel Post rates; but Deeds, Wills, Mortgages and 
Insurance Policies, Insurance Keceipts enclosed with Policies, and Insurance 

P. NASE & SON, 

Ferry Landing, Indiantown, St John, N. B. 

— DEALERS IN 



GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SEEDS, 



Flour, Meal, Pork, Fish, 
Teas, Coffees, Spices aud 
i'nnned Goods. 



Nails, Locks, Hinges, 
Glass, l{«>lts, Kiv«ts, 
Nuts, Haying Tools. 



Timothy Clover aud 
Corn, and all kinds 
of Garden. 

FERTILIZERH. 



Vessel, Steamboat, and Mill Supplies, 

MANILLA and TARRED ROPE, PAINTS and OILS. 
BOOK-BINDING AT J. & A. MCMILLAN'S. 



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THERE IS ONE GOOD LINIMENT -HI6GINS' BRITISH LINIHENT. 



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Receipts sent in hulk Iron) Head Office to Agents, are to be sent at the rate of 
1 cent \K-r '2 ounces. skcond class matter. 

(Iniiiidiaii NcwspaiMTs, etc.— Newspapers and Periodicals, printed and 
l)tibli>lii'(l in Canada, when issued not less frequently than once a month, and 
])()sted iVom the onicc of publication to actual Subscribers or News Agents in 
Canada, yewfoxiidlaud, nnd the United StatcK, resident elsewhere than at the 
place (if publication, are kkki;, but alt specimen copies, as well as all publica- 
tions i-siu'd less frccjucntly tiian once a month, are required to be prepaid at 
the x-nh' of 1 cent per lb or fraction of a lb. 

Local Ncwspai)ers and Periodicals, not exceedin(f one ounce in weight, arc 
C'li,<,nl)lt' for city delivery by Letter Carriers on the prepayment by stamp of .1 
tent each ; when exceeding 1 oz., and less than 4 oz., prepayment by stamp ot' 
1 cent will be necessary. tiiiud CLASS MATTER. 

Transient Newspapers, ete. — On all Transient Newspapers and Periodi- 
cals, adurc'^scd to ph'ces in Canada and the United States, the postage rate is 
one cent per 4 ounces in weight, which must be prejjaid by postage stamp. 

Newspapers and iViiodicals, published not less frequently than once ;« 
month, and weighing less than 1 ounce, may be posted singly ; if prepaid by 
postage stanq), A cent each. Newspapers for the United Kingdoiix must be 
prep:' id 1 cent for eucli 2 oz. 

Ibitisli and F<u"eiii;n Newsjiapers and Periodicals may be re-mailed by 
Booksellers or News Agents to subscribers in Canada at 1 cent per lb, to bo 
])repaid by stamp on each ])acket. 

.Viseellaiieoiis aii<l IJiMjk Packets.— The rale of postage upon all News- 
papers and Periodicals posted for destinations in Canada, not otherwise pro- 
vided for, and on Book<, Pani])hlets, Occasional Publications, Printed Circu- 
lars, I'rices Current, Handbills, and other matter wholly in Print, is 1 cent 
per 4 ounces or fraction thereof, *^o be prepaid by postage stamp, or stampeil 
post-band or wrapper ; but wher. oosted for destination in the United States, 
Great Britain, Newfoundland, auu all European Countries, the rate is 1 cent 
per 2 ounces. 

All communications produced by the typewriter, are liable to letter rate. 

Circulars. — Without becoming liable to a higher rate of postage, may 
have a nritten date and signature and name of addressee repeated inside. 
Unaddressed Circulars, Handbills, etc., for letter-box distribution only, may bo 
prepaid }, cent each by postage stamp. 

Circulars printed in imitation of typewriting will pass at one cent per 2 
oz. rate when not less than oO copies are posted at one time. 

Upon ili Book and Newspaper Manuscript, Printers' Proof Sheets (whether 
corrected or not), Circulars or Documents produced by a multiplying process 
easy to recognize. Maps, Prints, Drawings, Engravings, Lithographs, Photo- 
graphs, when not (m glass or in cases containing glass : Sheet Music, whether 
printed or written, including Music Books, whether stitched or bound, Calen- 
dars, and all other miscellaneous matter transmissible by post not otherwise 
provitled for, the rate of postage, when pasted in open covers and addressed 
to places in Canada and United States, is 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction 
thereof, to be paid by postage stamp or stamped post-band or wrapper. School 
and College Examination papers, distinctly marked as such, Assessment Roll>. 
Militia, Statute Labor and jMunicipal returns, and Customs Manifests in open 
covers, are permitted to pass in Canada at the rate of 1 cent per 2 ounces. 

A book packet may contain a simple invoice of the contents. 

WRITING INKS AT J. & A. MCMILLAN'S. 



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107 



TWENTY-FIVE GENTS wUl Buy a Bottle of HIGGINS' BRITISH LINIMENT. 

Hlank forms and printed stationery may pass at the 1 cent per 2 oz. lute. 

No package must exceed 2 feet in length l)y 1 font in width or deptii. Limit 
of weight for Canada, Newfoundland, Oreat Ilritain or United States is 5 ths ; 
f(ir other Postal Union countries, 4 Ihs. 

Seeds, Cuttings, Hulbs, Roots aud Scions or Grafts can only Ite sent to the 
United States as 5th Class Matter; when posted for delivery in Canada, the 
postage is 1 cent per 4 oz., and the limit of weight 5 lbs. Cut flowers pass as 
.')th Class at 1 cent per oz. 

Patterns ami Samples.— Bona tide Patterns and Samples of merchandise 
not e.xceeding 24 ounces in weight, when posted in Canada for places within 
Canada, must he prepaid by postiige stamp at the rate of one (w.nl per 4 ounces 
weight, properly labelled, and put \\\> in such a manner as to admit of inspec- 
tion. Goods sent in execution of an order, however small the quantity may 
be, or articles sent by one private individual to another, not being actually 
trade patterns or samples, are not admissible as such. 

Patterns and Samples for the United States, 1 cent per 2 oz., the initial pre- 
payment being 2 cents. Limit of weight, 8 oz. 

Packets or Patterns of Samples, addressed to any place in Canada, can be 
registered on affixing thereto registration stamps of the value of 5 cents, in 
addition to postage stamps representing ordinary j)ostage rate, provided such 
]iackets be presented for registration. 

The limit of weight to Great Britain is o lbs, and the limit of size 2 feet in 
length by 1 foot in breadth. The limit of weight to Austria, Hungary, Belgium, 
Egypt, France, Hawaii. Italy, Portugal, Roumania and Switzerland, 12 oz,, 
and to other Postal Union Countries, eight 0M/tcf«— postage, 2 cents for the first 
4 oz., and 1 cent for every additional 2 oz. 

No article liable to customs duty can be sent as a sample or pattern to a 
Postal Union country. fourth cl.ass matter. 

Parcels. — Closed parcels for places in Canada must be prepaid 6 cents per 
4 oz. They must not exceed o lbs in weight nor 2 feet in length by 1 foot in 
width or depth, and the sender's name should be written on the lower left 
hand corner. They may be registered for a fee of 5 cents. 

FIFTH CLASS MATTI^R 

Comprises such articles of general merchandise as are not entitled to any 
lower rate of postage. Postage, 1 cent per oz. or fraction of an ounce. Limit 
of weight, 5 lbs; size, 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth. Matter 
claiming to be 5th Class must be open to inspection, and there must be no 
correspondence en(!losed. Packages of oth Class matter may be sent to the 
United States for the same repayment as is recpiired within the Dominion, 
but the contents will be liable to Customs inspection and collection of duty in 
tlie United States. Sealed tins, containing fish, lobsters, vegetables, meats, 
etc., if put up in a solid manner and labelled in such a way as to fully indi- 
cate the nature of theiv contents, may be sent as 5th Class matter within the 
Dominion, but no sealed matter can be forwarded to the United States imder 
this head. Liquids, oils and fatty substances may be sent to places in Canada 
and the United States as 5th Class if put up in accordance with the ruling 
referring to such articles in the Canada Postal Guide for 1895, page 16. 

Electrotype blocks are considered 5tli Class Mail matter. 

The United States. 

The rate on letters, postal cards and newspapers to the United States is the 
'^ame as that applicable to Canada. 

BLANK BOOKS AT J. & A. McUILLAN'S, 98 PRINCE WM. STREET. 



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When Honse-cleaning be Sure not to Misplace BIGGINS' BRITISH LINIMENT. 

The rnte on hooks, ])!irn|tliU'ts, pliolognipliH and otiier printed matter is 1 

cent per 2 o/,. 

The rale on coninurcial pj\i)ers, samples, ete., is the same as that applieahh 
to other I'ostal rnioii countries. 

The rate on general merchandise is the same as that applicahle to otli Chiss 
Matter wlien passing from one phue in Canaihi to another, viz.: 1 cent per oz. 
Siicli matter is siihjt'cl to the eoliection of any duty to wiiieh it may he fonmi 
liahU' oil arrival in the United States. 

The legistralion fee is o cents. An acknowledgment of delivery may also 
he secured on payment of an adilitional fee of 5 cents. 

l*ar<'el Post. 

WITH THK UMTKI) KINODOAf, NKW 80l'TII WALES. NEWFOUNDLAND, 
.;, .JAMAICA, I?AUl!Al)(iS, ,(APAN, AND OTHER COINTRIES. 

Closed i)arcels may he sent to places in Newfoundland, .Jamaica, the United 
Kingdom, Jai)an, Barbados, the I.eeward Islands, (luadaloupe, and all other 
countries and colonies with which the United Kingdom maintains a Parcel 
Post, No correspondence must he enclosed. .\ Customs Declaration of the 
contents and value ol" each ])arcel must he tilled up at the Post Otlice, or one 
of the branches, hy the sender. 

Parcels for Newfoundhmd must he jjrepaid 1") cents per lb or fraction of a 
Ih, and nnist uoi exceed 7 Ihs in weight, nor 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width 
or depth. 

Parcels for .Jamaica, liarhados, (irenada, St. TiUcia, St. Vincent and Britisii 
Guiana must he jirepaid 20 cents per 11), or fraction of a lb, and must not 
exceed 7 lbs in weight, nor '2 feet in length, by 1 foot in width or depth. 

Parcels !("■ the I'nited Kinirdoi'i nuist he prepaid Ki cents per lirst lit. or 
traction of a II), and 12 cents for every additional lb, and nuist not exceed 11 
lbs in weight, noi- 2 feet in length, hy I foot in width or depth. 

I'arcels for New South Wales for the lirst lb 20c., and any subsequent tb ll>c. 

Parcels tor .Japan must he pre]);ud 20 cents per lb, or fraction of a lb, and 
must not exceed 7 lbs in weight, nor 2 feet in length hy I foot in width or depth. 

Rei^istratioii. 

All classes of matter addressed to places in Canada, the United States, New- 
foundland, (ireal Britain, or any Postal Union country, may be registered f'lr 
a fee of 5 cents for each article in addition to the postage; and letters may )>e 
registered to most of the countries not included in the Union. Registered 
articles should be prepaid. 

Every article intended for registration nuist be handed in at the wicket, and 
a receijit obtained therefor; (m no account must it be dropped into a letter box. 
The registration fee should be paid hy stamp. 

The sender of registered articles addressed to any Postal Union country 
may entitle himseli to a certificate as to the disposal of said article by the 
I'ostmaster at the office addressed, on prepayment of an additional fee of 5 cent^'. 

Ro-I)iiTot<'d Lcttors.— Letters re-directed to places in Canada and the 
United States, witliout being tuken oul of the Post Office, are not liable to any 
a.dditional postage. 

Letters sent to or received from a country of the Postal Union, and after- 
wards re-directed to any place in Canada, or to a country in the Postal Unifni, 
will be forwarded, even if taken out of the office and re-addressed; but if 
re-addressed to a place where there is a higher rate of postage, the difference 
of postage will be chargeable. 



JOB PRINTING ARTISTICALLY EXECUTED AT J. & A. MCMILLAN'S. 



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HAVE YOU A GOLD? USE HIGGINS' BRITISH LINIMENT. 

Matter Which Caiiiiot Iki FornardHl Throii^'h tho I»ost.— Any explo- 
sive substance, fjlass, li(iui(l,()r otlier matter likely to entail risk or injury to the 
ordinary contents of the tiiail, will he sent to the Dead Letter Odjce, Ottawa. 

Letters containing.!; ^jjold or silver money, Jewels, or precious articles, or any- 
thing liable to ("nstonis duties, cannot he forwarded by post to any of the 
I'ostal Union countries except the Lulled States. 

Illiportailt. — A letter once |)osted becomes the |)roporty of the j)er.son to 
whom it is addressed, and must be forwarded according to its direction. On 
no application, however urgent, can it be delivered back to the writer, or to 
any other person. 

To enclose wiiting, intended to serve the purpose of a letter, in a news- 
paper packet or in a jKircel, is an oflence ])imishable by a Hue of from $10 to ^40. 

Sale of Poilajje Stamps. — Any j.erson, her" than a I'nstmaster, who 
engages in the sale of Postage Stamps or Stamped Envelopes, without being 
(Inly licensed by the f'ost master (ieucral, is liable, on conviction before a 
Justice of the Peace, to a penalty of ."^40 for each oflence. 

Request Letters.— Lnregistered h-ttets from places in Canada, Newfound- 
land and United States, enclosed in envelopes having printed thereon a recpiest 
that the letters be returned to the sen<ler if not delivered within a certain 
siiecified time, will be returned as re(pieste(l, if not delivered at the time stated. 

llseliil Hints. 

Never send money or other articles of value through the Post Office excei)t 
either by Money Order or Registered Letter. 

Make complaints and intjuiries in writing. 

p]nvelopes closed and simply clipped at the ends cannot be forwarded by 
Rook Post. AfHx stam{)s securely, and on the upper right hand corner. 

Register all valuable letters. 

Send money by Money Order whenever practicable. 

Preserve, and re(piest correspondents to preserve, envelopes of mis-sent 
<\v delayed letters. 

Business men should be careful to authorize but a limited number of persoiis 
to receive their letters, and only those in whom they have full confidence. 

Have a letter box on the door of residence and office. 

Letters addressed to mere initials, or fictitious names, will not be delivered. 
unless addressed in care of a resident, or to some box in the Post Office. 

Mutilated Stamps. 

Letters having nuitilated stamps, or stamps so soiled and defaced as to make 
it impossible for the sorting clerks to decide whether they have been used 
before or not, will be sent to the Postmaster General for his adjudication ; and 
if it can be shown that such stamps had been previonslv used, the ottender 
will be liable to a fine of from !?10 to $40. 

Post Bands and Stamped Envelopes. 

One cent post bands for newspaper or book packet wrappers ; and one and 
three cent stamped envelopes and two and three cent letter cards are issued 
by the Department, and may be had at the stamp vendors at a trifle above 
their fiice value. Merchants' Boxes. 

Rent of small box $4, and of large box $(> a year. 

Though every effort will be made in sorting letters to place them in the 
lioxes, when the party addressed is known to have a box, the Postmaster does 
not hold himself responsible for this always being done, the primary rule.s^ 

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there by the letttT cuiriiT. An order to phiee In a box letters belon^in^ t- 
iDolher person than the owner of the box, eannot be recognized unless sik I, 
letters are addressed to the I'are of the box or its owner. Letters for a mend)er 
of a lirni should he addressed to the care of the Hrni or the numbt-r of the box. 
Box-holders woidd facilitate the work of sorting by re(iueHting eorrespondeiil> 
to add the box nuinlu'r to the address of their letters. 

SI. John Lotlor ( arrlers' Delivery. 

Letters and Papers should be addressed to Street and Number. Change of 
vesideiiee should be promptly notified to the Postmaster. Two deliveries daily, 
ut 7..".0 a. m. and o p. m. On puhlic liolidays there is no afternoon delivery. 

Letters not bearing the name and number of street, addressed to partita 
whose address may be known to the Carriers, will be delivered by them. It 
is always best, however, to have name of street and number of house supplied. 

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Madagascar (e.ccept 8t Mary, Taniatave and Majunga, to 
which ordinary I'ost.il Union rates and arrangements 

i'ppiy) • 

Morocco (except Tanuier, Laraiche, Rabat, Casabianca, 
Splli, Mazagan and Mogador, to which ordinary Postal 
I'lijon rales and arraiigcnicuts apply) 

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le-iding beyond the Port of Arrival; and (none) that no registration can be effected 

Prepayment of all classes of correspondence must be effected by means of stamps. 

riie postage on Commercial Papers is the same as on Printed Papers, except 
lowest charge is 5 cents. 

The po.stage on Samples and Patterns is the same as on Printed Papers, except 
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POUT ()|- SArNT JOHN. 

.Jiiiiics R Rnel— Collector and Kej^istrar of Sliippin^. 

Warphouse Department — A Atcliison and S \\ Wilkins. 

Long Room— H 1* Sandall, S W Cain and C; F Tilley. 

Invoice Records — John Dixon. 

Shipping Department — K A Barber and H Turner. 

Statistical Department — D J Gleeson and W K Stevens. 

Ai)praisers of Dntial)le Articles — James E Wliittaker, James Hamilton 
and A Everitt, Appraisers; A Buist and Georjis Jackson, Packers. 

Landing Surveyor — G F ?Irttl>fc."; Geo Jenkins and J F Berton, Clerks. 

Gangers and Proof Office — Sarp.iel Robinson, (iauf,'cr; F R Connor, Assist- 
ant (lauger; Peter McCart, Sampler, etc. 

Postal Parcel Office — F Gallagher, W Forsvth, W Ro.\burough and J J 
Mtdlin. 

Tide Surveyor — William Johnson. 

Waiters and Searchers — P J O'Keefle, Chief; T O Sandall and John Lowery. 

Warehouse Lockers — T Bustin, W Carleton, C harles Pidgcon, M B Owen> 
and T B Foley. 

Tide Waiters -Wilson Dobbin, R J McAdoo, J M F Whiting, W Farren, 
VV A Dougherty, John Cochran, Thos Condon, John Rogerson, Robt Wills, 
.lohn Dixon, Wm Roxhorough, C W Cowan and J J Mull in. 

Boatmen and Tidewaiters — Robt Fulton, Geo Price and John McKelvey. 

.Messenger — Joseph I Noble. 

Weigher Cigars and Tobacco — John Lowery. 

Preventive Officers — Chance Harbor, David Thompson ; Back Bay, George 
Chubb; Beaver Harbor, Sanuiel McKay. 

PORTS AND COLLECTOUS JN NEW BRINSWK K. 



Bathurst, J E Baldwin. 

Outposts: New Brandon, P .T Foley. 
Caraquet, J CJ C Blaokhall. 
Tracadip, M B Bourgeois. 
Shippcgan, H A 8orniany. 

Chatham, D Ferguson. 

(hitports: Richibucto, B E.Johnson. 
Buttouche, J LeBlauc. 

Dalhousie, W O Montgomery. 

Outports: Campbellton, A McKenzie. 

Fredericton, A F Street. 

Moncton, I W Binney. 

Outports; Dorcliester, A W Chapman. 
Rockland, A Boudreau. 
Shediac, A M Leger. 
Hillsboro, Williams Woodwortli. 
Harvey, (j Brewster. 
Alma, D Cleveland. 
Cocaigne, A K Dysart. 

Newcastle, W A Park. 

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Sackville, J J Anderson. 

Outports: Baie Verte, VV Prescott. 
Rockport, R C Ward. 

St John, James R Ruel. 

Outports ; Lepreaux, 'i K Hanson. 
•MuMjuash, (' C Clinch. 
Quaco, .loseph Carson. 
Sussex, Ci H Wallace. 
Mc.Adani .Junction, J W Hoyt. 
St George, .J McKay. 

St Stej)hen, H H Graham. 

Outports: St Andrews, W Whitloek. 
West Isles. Tlionias Trecartin. 
Cainpobello, .\ .J (Marke. 
(irand Manan, Miss L Clark, Acting. 

Woodstock, W Drysdale. 
Outports: Centreville. D Irving. 
Debee, 11 Kirkpatrick. 
Aroostook .Junction, G Bedell. 
Grand Falls, H Taylor. 
St Leonards, Frank Violette. 
KduKindstou, L Cyr. 
Middle St Francis, Matbias Nadoau. 

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OFFICES AND OFFK'FliS INDFU THF DOMrNION 
(JOVFUNMKNr IN MOW HKl'NSWICK. 

Fiiiiiiic(> D<>|>artm('iit. 

AsHistiint Iti'ci'iver ( KMionil's < )|li(i'iiii(l I»oiiiiiii(»ii SnvinK^ liiuik AsHiMtiiiit 
Rt'ct'ivtT (iiMii'i-iil, Jlowunl I) McLfod; Savings liaiik iManagiT, Howard |i 
McLt'od; Acroimtant, Assistant Kfceiver (ietu'ral's Odice and HavinKs Bank, 
iit'o h' Sancton ; Cli-rks, lloliert S Cowan, .Janii's Krni'st H'Mirkc and Kohcrt 
Ewinj,'; MeHHtiif^cr, Thomas II Lawson. Deposits, year fiuling June 30, 181)7, 
$»»U(»,2(n>.00; withdrawals, :!io<)8,H17. 11. 

liilaiHl ll(>vciiii(> l)('|»Artiiu^nt. 

InH[)eot()r for Maritime Provinces, 'limolhy liiirkc; Collector, Robt Atlier- 
lon ; Depiitv Collector, . I AM'reil Clark ; Accountant, T II Helyea. 

Excise (MHcers— H H Smyth, J K MeCloskey, J C Ferguson, W J Fitz- 
jiiUrii'k, () A ( leldart. 

Sub-Colleclors -A vV Chapman, Dorcliester ; A K Street (acting), Fred- 
vricton; Wm Whitlock. St Andrews; A M Hill, St Stephen; J J Anderson, 
Sackville; William I )ilil)lee. Woodstock ; I W Hinney, Moncton ; (J II 
Wallace, Sussex; A M Leger, Shediac ; A J Clark, Campohello; (r A Hedell, 
.\udover. 

Preventive Service Oflicer— J T Kelly, St Juhn, N B. 

I'ood Inspector — J C I'erguson. 

IVtroleum Inspectors— John T Kelly and W J Fitzpatrick. 

Dim EH OF lOXClSE. 

Malt 11 cents per ll». 

Tol)acco manufactured from Canadian growth 5 " " 

Foreign Leaf Tol)acco, and Manufactured Foreign 

Leaf Tobacco 2o " " 

Canadian Twist... 5 " " 

.Spirits, per Imperial gallon, proof > !?1.1)0 

malt L92 

" " •' molasses L93 

Vinegar, standard gallon, containing t5 p. c. of Acetic 

Acid 4 cents. 

Acetic Acid 4 " 

Cigars $6 per M. 

Cut Tobacco, when i)Ut up in packages weighing one- 
twentieth of a ()ound or less 40 cents per tb. 

Cigarettes, weighing not more than .". Il)s !?3.00 per M. 

" " more than ;Mbs S.OO " 

Snutt", damp, in [)kgs of under "> lbs 2."^ cents per lb. 

of ') lbs. and over IS " 

Beer, browed from any other substance than malt 10 " *' 

Marine aiul FisIiorH's. 

Hon Sir Louis Davies, Minister Marine and Fisheries; F J Harding, Agcni 
\'ov Xew Brunswick of Lighthouses and Marine Hospitals, Signal Station^. 
Steam Fog Alarms, Buoys and Beacons; .leremiab Drake, Signal Master, M 
John; Wm Waring, Inspecti)r of Kngints and Boilers; John Kelly, Inspector 
of Lights; I J Olive, Inspector of Steamboats. 

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1>(^l»aH limit of Mliiisfor of JiiHtico. 

Dorolu'Htcr I\>nit«'iiliury— John B F(>>itor, VVanK'ii ; ("liarliN Ross, nt'piity 
WanU'ii ; Ili-v .1 Roy Caniplicll, I'rotc.sluiit Chaplain ; R«'v A l> ("oiiiiier, R (' 
<'haphiin; John A (iray, Accountant; Rohcrt Mitchell, Snr>;oon ; John 
Frascr, Stort'kocpcr and Steward; JurncH A I'iercy, KMfi;ineer. 

noiiiiiiioii Piihlic Works Depart iiu'iit. 

Kngineerin;,^ Stall' -IC T P Sliewen, Rt'sich'nt Kn^i'ieer; (ieorj,'e A Day. 
Assistant Engineer, Now Hnniswick. J 15 llenan, Resident Kn^jineer, 1' K 
Island. Kit Milled^'e, Resident Enj^intH'r; (i A Ik'rnaseoni, Assistant Engi- 

jiecr, Anti^onish. (' E W Dodwell, Resident Engineer; -(ireenwood, 

Assistant, Halifax. Joseph Ewing, Paymaster. 

Dredging and Piihlie Rnildings — VV'in J MelJordock. Superintendent of 
Dredges and Agent of the Department for Public Huildings in St John; 
Clerks, D II Waterhnry and ''hos 11 Adams. 

Custom House— Caretaker and Janitor, James Paul ; Engineer steam heat- 
ing apparatus, Neil Morrison; I'^ireuuui, Christopher White. 

Post Of'ice — James Wolfe, Engineer steam heating apparatus; Edward 
Haney, A -listant, and in charge of elevator. 

ImiiiilJrVtitioii Dopartiiu'iit. 

S Gardner, Dominion hnmigration Oflicer for New Brunswick, and .\genl 
for New Brunswick for the Emigration Association of (treat Britain, !?1,(I00. 
The Deputy Treasurers at the Outports of the Province act as Immigration 
< )lficers. 

DopartiiH'iit of Raihvay.s aii<l Canals. 

(UN.VDFAN (iOVERNMKNT KAIIAVAYS. 

Intercolonial Division l.^loj miles. 

Prince Edward Island Division 210 '* 



H«m Andrew G Blair. Minister of Railways and Canals, Ottawa; Colling- 
wood Schreiber, v M g. Deputy A[inister and Chief Engineer of Railways and 
Canals, (Jttawa, !}!6,000 ; D Pottinger, General Manager Canadian Government 
Railways, Moncton, N B. General Officers resident at Moncton, N B. (See 
Railways.) 

Sliippiiiyr Office, St. John. 

W H Purdy, Ship{)ing Master, St John. 

F O Allison, Dei)uty Shij)ping Master, St John. 

Weights and Measnres Inspection. 

The Weights and Measures Act provides that two gallons shall be a peck, 
and eight gallons a bushel, and that after January 1st, 1S8(), in contracts for 
the sale ^d delivery of any of the undermentioned articles, the bushel shall 
be determined by weigi)t, unless convenience for weighing are not avalhible, 
or unless a bushel by measure is specially agreed on in writing, the weight 
ecpiivalent to a bushel being as follows: Wheat, 60 Ib.s ; Indian corn, 50 lbs; 
rye, oG lbs; peas, beans and clover seed, (10 lbs; barley, timothy .seed and 
buckwheat, 48 lbs; malt, 30 lbs; oats. 34 lbs; flaxseed, 50 lbs; hempseed, 44 
ll»s; blue grass seed, 14 lbs; castor beans. 40 lbs; potatoes, turnips, carrots, 
parsnips, beets and onions, ()0 lbs; bituminous coal, 70 lbs. Power is also 

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given to the Governor-in-Council to specify the weight of other articles equiv- 
alent to a bushel. Violations of the foregoing provisions subject the offender 
to a penalty not e^ceeiling i?-.0 for the first offenr-e, and not exceeding $50 foi 
each subse(iuent offence. 

^ ADOITIONAL REGULATIONS. 

1. All apples packed in Canada for sale by the barrel shall be packed in 
good and strong barrels of seasoned wood, made as nearly cylindrical as may 
be ; the staves of such barrels shall be twenty-seven inches in length from 
croe to croe, with heads from sixteen and one- half to seventeen inches in 
iliameter; and such barrels shall be sufhciently hooped with a lining hoop 
within the chimes, the wliole well secured by nails. 

2. Every person who offers or exposes apples for sale by the b'-.rrel, other- 
wise than in accordance with the foregoing provisions of this section, shall Ite 
liable to a penalty of t\,'enty-five cents for each barrel of apples so offered or 
exposed for sale. 

Weights and Measures Iii.spection Service. 

Division of St. John — J. B. Wilmot, Inspector; E. Cowan and D. Richan'.-. 
Assistant Inspectors. Comprises the whole province of New Brunswick. 

Time Ball, Customs Building-. 

The Bali will be hoisted half its elevation each day (Sunday excepted) at 
tiftcen minutes before one o'clock. At one minute before one o'clock it will 
be hoisted its full height; and at one o'clock, mean time, the Ball will be 
dropped. A chronometer keeping correct Greenwich time -should then show 
nil. L*4m. I()s.. and the difference between this and the time shown by a chron- 
ometer is its true error ou (ireenwich time at the moment. As the above 
hour of one o'clock, when the ball drops, represents 5h. 24m. 16s. at Green- 
wich, the error of a chronometer may be ascertained, no matter where the 
ship IS lying. Masters of vessels arriving at St. John should compare their 
chronometers by the Time Ball, as it will enable them to get the .sea rate, 
which fre(|uently varies from harbor .ates. Latitude 45° l<i'' 42" North. 
LdUgituili' in time 4h. 24m. l(.)s. west of Greenwich. 

D. Leavitt Ili'TCHrNSON, Director. 

V. S.— Any shipmaster entering this })ort, keeping a Meteorological Regi--- 
tcr who may be desirous of having the accuracy of their barometers verified, 
ran do so by comparison with the standard at the Observatory. I). L. H. 

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BOARDS OF HEALTH. 

Provincial Board of Healtli. 

Wm Bayard, M D (Chairman), Ho!i Judge Steadnian, lion James lioUy, 
Geo E Coulthard, b a, m d (Secretary), Gv^o H Coburn, m d, John McMillan. 

Local Boards of Health. 

District No 1, Fredericton — Chairman, W C Crocket, m d; Secretary, Chas 
W Beck with. 

District No 2, Marysville — Chairman, Isaac Clarence Sharp, M d. 

District No 3, York Co (excluding the City or Fredericton and the Town (>{ 
Marysville) — Chairman, B M Mullen, M D, St Marys Ferry. 

District No 4, St John — Chairman, Jas Reynolds; Secretary, Thos M Burns. 

District No 7, Moncton — Chairman, E O Steeves, M i> ; Secretary, C E 
Northrup. 

District No 8, Westmorland Co (excluding the Town of Moncton) — Chair- 
man, D D McDonald, md, Petitcodiac; Secretary, A R Myers, m D, Moncton. 

District No 9, Woodstock — Chairman, Newton R Colter, M d; Secretary, 
J Chipman Hartley. 

District No 10, Carleton Co (excluding the Town of Woodstock)— Chair- 
man, J Curtis, M D, Hartland. 

District No 11, St Stephen — Chairman, Frank I Blair, m d; Secretary, J G 
Stevens, jr. 

District No 12, MlUtown — Chairman and Secretary, J M Deacon, M d; 
Inspector, Daniel Sutherland. 

District No 13, Upper Mills— Chairman, Henry Hacker; Secretary, E F 
Towers. 

District No 14, Grand Manan Island — Chairman, Wm A Eraser, Wood- 
ward's Cove ; Secretary, Wm A Eraser. 

District No 15 (excluding the Towns of St Stephen, Milltown, Upper Mills 
and Grand Manan Island) — Chairman, W D Forster, St Andrews. 

District No 1(5, Victoria Co— Chairman, F N Welling, M i), Andover: 
Secretary, G W Day. 

District No 17, Madawaska Co— Chairman, J A Guy, M d, Ednuindston ; 
Secretary, C G Main, M d, Edraundston. 

District No 18, Sunbury Co— Chairman, Jas Peake, m d, Oromocto ; Secre- 
tary, A Stanley Clowes, Oromocto. 

District No 19, Queens Co— Chairman, James A Casswell, M d. 

District No 20, Kings Co— Chairman, L R Murray, M D, Sussex. 

District No 21, Albert Co— Chairman, W S Starratt, Hopewell Hill ; Secre 
tary, Geo G Melvin, M D, Aina. 

District No ''2, Kent Co— Chairman, Thos J Bourque, m d, Richibucto. 

District ''•o 23, Northumberland Co— Chairman, James McGregor Baxter, 
M D, Chatliam ; Secretary, Robert Nicholson, m i>, Newcastle. 

District No 24, Gloucester Co— Chairman and Secretary, J C Meahan, m d, 
Hathurst. 

District No 25, Restigouche Co— Chairman, .\ G P'erguson, m d, Dalhonsie ; 
Secretary, H A Johnson, Dalhousie. 

District No 26, Town of Canipbellton— Chairman, W W Doherty, m d; 
Secretary, T Carter. 

District No 27, City of Chatham— Dr Macdonald, D G Smith, W B Snow- 
ball, Alex Robinson. 

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GAME LAWS. 

Synopsis «)f New Bt-uuswick GMine Law, 1897. 

1. No i»ersoii ^MnW hunt, take, kill, wound or destroy, within this province, 
any moose, ciiribou or deer,, between the ;{lst December and the Ist day of 
September in er.ch and every year, under a penalty not exceeding $200. 

2. No one person shall, during the time hereby allowed for killing, hunt- 
ing or taking moose, caribou or deer, in any one year or season, kill or take 
more than two moose, three caribou, or three deer, and no number of persons 
forming a hunting party of three or more, shall, in any one season, kill more 
than one moose, two caribou, or two deer, for each member of such hunting 
partv, exclusive of guides, under a penalty of from $20 to $40, 

:].' No person shall, at any time or season, hereafter hunt, take, kill, wound 
or destroy, any cow or female calf moose within this province, under a penaUj 
of from $100 to 8200. 

4. No person shall hereafter, at any time or season, hunt, chase, pursue, 
wound, take, kill or destroy, any moose, caiibou or deer, with a dog or dogs, 
save as may be necessary to expel such moose, caribou or deer, from or out of 
any cultivated fields, under a penalty of $50. It shall be lawful for any per- 
son to kill or destroy any dog or dogs found hunting, pursuing, chasing or 
destroying moose, caribou or deer. 

5. In hunting moose, caribou oir deer, it is unlawful to use a "jack light." 
Penalty $50. 

(). Unless a party holds a license to hunt moose or caribou, it is unlawful 
for a guide to accomi)any him. Penalty $40. 

7. No person shall hereafter, in the counties of Kings and Sunbury, take, 
wound, trap or destroy any muskrat, between the tenth day of June and the 
tenth of March following in any year, under a penalty of $5 for each and 
every ottence. 

8.' No person shall take, kill, wound, trap or destroy any mink, fisher or 
sable, between the first day of May and the first day of September following 
in any year, under a penalty not exceeding $20. 

W. No person shall at any time within this province, during a period of two 
years from and after the 20th March, 1897, catch, trap or kill any beaver, or 
have in his possession the undressed skin of any beaver, killed in this prov- 
ince at any time during such period of two years, under a penalty not exceed- 
ing $50, nor less than $20, for each and every offience. Jf any person shall, 
during the said period of two years, have in his possession the undressed skin 
of any beaver, lie shall be deemed prima facie to have violated the provisions 
of this act, and will be considered liable to the penalty unless he can prove 
that such skin was obtained outside this province. 

10. No person shall hunt, take, shoot, kill or destroy any partridge between 
the 31st day of December and the 20th d% of September in the year follow- 
ing; nor any woodcock or snipe between the 1st day of December and the 1st 
day of September in the year following, under a penalty of $10. For three 
years from 20th of September, 1895, it shall be unlawful to kill for the pur- 
pose of sale or to sell any partridge at anv place in the province. Penaltv 
$20. 

11. No person shall, at any time within any of the counties of this prov- 
ince bordering upon the Hay of P\mdy, and the counties intersected by the 
Kiver St. John, between the 1st day of January and the 1st day of Septem- 
ber in any year, or within any of the other counties of the province, between 

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the 15lh day of May and the 1st day of September, hunt, take, shoot, wound, 
kill or destroy any wild black duck, wood-duck or teal, or any other kind of 
wild duck, nor destroy the nests or eggs thereof, nor remove the same under 
a penalty of |10. 

12. It is unlawful for any person to buy or sell, or offer for sale, the carcase, 
or any portion thereof, or the green hide or pell of any animal or bird, or the 
nests or eggs thereof, at any time during close season. 

13. No person shall catch with a net, or kill with any device or instrument ' 
known as a punt-gun or swivel, any wild duck, wild goose, brant or other wild 
fowl of the game kind, nor use any artificial lights at night for the capture or 
destruction of any such birds, tuider a penalty of !ji40. 

14. It is unlawful to shoot wild geese, brant, or black duck (except by resi- 
dents for domestic use), between 1st December and 1st September following. 
It is unlawful to sell or expose for sale any wild goose, brant or black duck 
between the 1st March and 1st September. 

15. The killing of robins, swallows, and other small birds of song (except- 
ing English sparrows), and the shooting, wounding, killing or destroying of 
sea gulls, or the trapping, snaring, or taking alive of any of the birds referred 
It), or the taking or removing of the nests or eggs of any such bird, shall be 
unlawful. Penally, $5 for eacli ofiisnce. 

It). Birds or animals may be killed for preservation, as specimens of natural 
history or for scientific investigation, a special license first being obtained for 
that purpose from the Surveyor General. 

17. No person shall, within any of the counties bordering on the Bay of 
Fundy, destroy gulls' nests, or gather or remove the eggs of gulls, after the 
24th June in any year, under a penalty of !*ilO. 

18. It is unlawful for any person to catch, by means of trap or snares, or to 
set traps or snares, for any moose, caribou or deer. Penalty i^lOO. 

19. No person shall be allowed to kill, or pursue with intent to kill, any 
moose or caribou, at any time of the year, without first having obtained a 
license for the purjjose, signed by the Chief Game Commissioner, from any 
(Jounty Warden, Special Ciame Warden, from the Crown Land Office, or the 
Chief Game Commissioner. Fee for said license to be $2 for residents of the 
province, and $20 for non-residents. Penalty for hunting without license, $80. 

2t». Licenses may be obtained from any County Game Warden, Special Game 
^Varden, from the Chief Game Commissioner, or from the Crown Laud Office. 

21. Every holder of a license granted must produce the same when required 
by a Justice of the Peace, Warden, Deputy Warden, or Special Warden, Re- 
fusal of same, penalty $20. 

22. No person .shall shoot, hunt, take, kill, wound or destroy any of the 
liirds or animals referred to in this act, or any bird or animal of the game 
kind, on the Sabbath or Lord's day, under a penalty of JoO. 

28. If any Game Warden has reason to suspect that the provisions of this 
act, or any acts in amendment thereof, have been violated, he may, without 
any warrant, arrest such persons and take him before any Justice of the Peace, 
who, upon complaint made to him, may thereupon deal with the oflender ac- 
cording to law. 

jVo<t;.— The public and all peace officers are respectfully invited to co-oper- 
ate with the ofiicers by promptly reporting all cases of illegal hunting. In- 
formation given will be strictly confidential. 

L. B. Knioht, 
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Synopsis of Fishery Laws and Regulations in Force in New Brunswick. 

The Surveyor General, his Deputy or other officer under him, duly author- 
ized to that efTect, may grant leases conveying the exclusive right to fish with 
the rod and line in the manner known as "surface Hy tishing" in front of the 
ungranted Crown Lands of tiie province, in either rivers or lakes, 

Said lenses may be granted for any period uj) to ten years, excepting on the 
Restigouche river, where they are for five years. 

Permits may be similarly granted after the first day of June in each year 
for fishing in any waters adjoining ungranted Crown Lands not under lease, 
but such permits shall not run for any term greater than the remainder of the 
fishing season. 

Penalties up to twenty dollars are imposed upon persons who trespass ui)un 
the fishing rights of any lessee of government fishing privileges. 

Leases of government fishing privileges embrace the soil right for a width 
of four rods from the banks of rivers and shores of lakes. 

Leases cannot be transferred or sub-let without the consent of the Surveyor 
General. 

Everv lessee is required to maintain one or more competent guardians 
within the bounds of his lease. These are duly sworn and commissioned by 
the Surveyor General. 

Fishery guardians are, also, ex officio game wardens. 

Lessees are answerable for their own carelessness or that of their guardians 
or other employes, should fires be caused thereby, damaging lands or timber 
growing thereon. 

The Fishery Commissioner has the general overseeing of the provincial 
fisheries, and is ex officio a Justice of the Peace for the purpose of dealing wiili 
violations of the fishery laws. He is also a game warden for the whole pro- 
vince, with the same rights, powers and duties as county game wardens. 

The following provisions are contained in Acts or Orders-in-Council of the 
Dominion : 

The use of explosive material to catch or kill fish is prohibited. 

The use of fire-arms of any kind for the purpose of killing fish is prohibited. 

Dominion Order-in-Council of March 25th, 1896, provides as follows: 

BMshing for speckled trout {Salvelinns fontinalis) through the ice is pro- 
hibited in Canada — 

Provided, That in the province of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince 
Edward Island, such fishing for trout of all kinds may be allowed after tho 
expiry of the close season, under special permit issued by the Minister ot 
Marine and Fisheries for a period not ex °eding ten days, on condition that 
trout so caught under such special permit are obtained for domestic use only, 
and not used for commercial purposes. 

The fee for each such special permit is hereby fixed at fifty cents. 

Dominion Kegulations of 18th July, 1889, Sec. 7, provide as follows : 

((f) All salmon nets shall have the nanie of the owner or owners legibly 
marked on two pieces of wood or metal attached to the same; and such mark 
shall be preserved on such nets during the fishing season, in such manner as 
to be visible without taking up the net or nets; and any net used without 
such mark shall be liable to forleiture. 

(e) From the time of low water nearest six o'clock in the afternoon of every 
Saturday, to the time of low water nearest six o'clock in the forenoon of every 
Monday, no one shall fish for, catch or kill salmon in tidal waters. 

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kill salmon, or any other fish, between nine o'clock in the evening of every 
Saturday and six o'clock on the following Monday morning. 

Sub-section 9, Section 8 of the Dominion Fisheries Act prohibits the capture 
of salmon within 200 yards of the mouth of any tributary, creek or stream 
which salmon frequent to spawn. 

Sub-section 8 of Section 14 of the Dominion Fisheries Act prohibits the 
killing of salmon, trout, etc., by means of spear, grapnel-hooks, negog or 
nishagons. 

Sub-section 18, Section 5 of amendment to Dominion Fisheries Act, Chap, 
ol, passed 22nd July. 1894, is as follows: 

The catching of fish for the purpose of using it as manure is prohibited. 

Penalties ranging from $20 and costs to $100 and costs are imposed by Sub- 
section 2 of Section 1 of Dominion Act, 1895, Chap. 27, for the pollution of 
waters by lime, chemical substances, drugs, poisonous matter, dead or decaying 
fish or remnants thereof, etc., in any waters frequented by fish mentioned in the 
Fisheries Act. 

OPEN SEASONS P^OR JJASS, SALMON AND TROUT. 

The open seasons for game fishes in New Brunswick (Dominion Govern- 
ment regulations) are as follows: 

Bass — Angling with hook and line for bass is permitted in New Brunswick 
at all times of the year. 

Salmon — 1st February to loth August. 

Speckled Trout {Salvelinns fonimalk) — 1st April to 30th September. 

Lake Trout — May 1st to September 30th. 

Land-locked Salmon — Mav 1st to September 15th. 

D. G. Smith, 
Fishery Commissioner for the Province of New Brunswick. 

Game Wardens for New Brunswick. 

P Corbett, Bath, Carleton County ; W F Todd. Milltown, Charlotte County ; 
W Gray. jr. Bathurst, Gloucester County ; H Birthe, Bnctouche, Kent County; 
O N Arnold, Sussex, Kings County ; Milton Dayton, Edmundston, Madawaska 
County ; H O Branscombe, Cumberland Bay, Queens County ; John S Bassett, 
Kiver'Charlo, Restigouche County ; C J Burpee, Sheffield, Snnbury County ; 
Asa Marston, Sisson Ridge, Victoria County; C R Oulton, Little Sheraogue, 
Westmorland County; Frank Bird, Upper Keswick, York County; L B 
Kr.ight, Musquash, St John County; Chas S Horton, New Horton, Albert 
County. 



AROUND THE WORLD. 

Distances from ST. JOHN, N. B., via C. P. R. and Connecting Routes. 



Mile.i 

St. Jolin, N. B., to Vancouver :^,.'.87 

Vancouver to Yokohama 4,404 

Yokohama to Shanuhai 1,191 

Shanghai to Hong Kong 810 

Hong Kong to Singapore 1,490 

Singapore to Penang 381 



Milei 

Penang to Colombo 1,274 

Colombo to Aden 2.09J 

Aden to Port Said 1,395 

Port Said to Gibraltar 2,225 

(Gibraltar to Liverpool 1,260 

Liverpool to St. John, N. B 2,700 

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Circumference of the earth on a great circle 24,899 miles 

Difference in favor of northern route 2,289 miles 



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COUNTY OF ALBERT. 

Sli ireluwn — Hopewell. 
Judge (»f die County Court— Hon Wni Wedderburn ; Jos Howe Dickson, 

Clerk. 

CoiniTiissioners Parish Courts— (xilbert M Peck and W O Wright, Hope- 
well; W E Bishop and Geo Barnett, Hillsborough; A W Leeman and John 
W (raskin, Coverdale ; ('has W Anderson and John McKeiver, Harvey; W 
J McKenzie and K Colpitis, Klgin ; David C Cleveland and T J O'Connor, 
Alma. 

Stipendiary Magistrates— Daniel W Stewart, Hopewell ; Jas Blight, Hills- 
borough. 

High Sheriff— Ernest W Lynds, Hopewell Cape. 

Clerk of the Peace, Keeper of the Rolls, and Clerk of the Circuits— Josepli 
Howe Dickson. 

Judge of Probate— W Alder Truenian. 

Registrar of Probates — Joseph Howe Dickson. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills -Alex Rogers; Deputy Registrar, W <> 
Wright. 

Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths — Ephraim liCeman. . 

Coroners— W J Lewis, M d, Wm A W^est, S C Murray, M d, Pringle Kelly, 
Wellington S Hopi)er, Joshua B Babkirk, and Bliss A Marvin. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court — James >[ 
Stevens and W C .\nderson, Harvey; J A M Colpitis, Elgin ; A W Leeman, 
Coverdale, and the attorneys residing in the county. 

Municipal Council — Benjamin Carter and I C Prescott, Hopewell ; Jordaii 
Steeves and IT J Stevens, Hillsborough ; Stanley CGoggin and Robt A Smith. 
Elgin ; Sanford S Ryan and Alex W Leeman, Coverdale ; George D Prescott 
and Howard Barber, Harvey; Judson A Cleveland and Wm Rommel, Alma. 

Secretary-Treasurer — W O Wright. 

Revising Officer — Hon Wm Wedderburn ; A W Bray, Clerk. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses — G T Chapman, Coverdale; James B Turner, 
Harvey: John Garland. Elgin; Wm Rommell, Alma; William D Bennett, 
Hopewell Cape; Rev M Gross, Surrey, Hillsborough ; Theo R Constantine. 

Collector of Customs — Hillsborough, Williams Woodworth ; Alma, David 
C Cleveland ; Harvey, Gilbert Brewster ; Waterside, Sub-collector, Miles E 
Gopp ; John L Pye, Tide Waiter, Hopewell Cape. 

Commissioners of Sewers, Hopewell — Valentine Smith, T Mark Pearson, 
Gideon Bray and John M Tingley. 

Vendors of Lifjuors — Wm C Pipes, Hopewell. 

Auctioneers— Samuel Stewart and Ezra P Hoar, Hopewell ; Manning M 
Tingley and John S b^ullerton, Albert. 

County Court Terms — Third Tuesday in June and fourth Tuesday in October, 

Circuit Court — Third Tuesday in January, and fourth Tuesday in June. 

Labor Act Commissioners — R P Colpitis, Elgin ; J E McQuaid, Alma ; 
Patrick Duffy, Harvey : Wtn E Dryden, Coverdale and Hillsborough. 

Vendor of Probate Stamps — Alex Rogers, Hopewell Hill and Hopeweli 
Cape. Law Stamps — James E. Dickson, Hopewell Cape. 

Agricultural Society — Chesley Smith, President; Luther Archibald, Vice- 
President ; W A West, Secretary-Treasurer ; J E Peck, Jos O McClelan, Joi' 

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Stiles, W T Wright, W B Keiver, A S Mitton, A W Peck, R C Bacon, Allen 
Robinson, directors; Alonzo Stiles, auditor. 

Supervisor (ireat Roads — Patrick Duffy. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 1 19. 

Census Rdiirns, 1891. 

Alma 1,091 Harvey 1.014 

Coverdale 1..387 Hillsborough... 'J.077 

Elgin... 2,422 Hopewell 1,780 

Total 10,971. 



COUNTY OF CARLETON. 

Shiretown — Woodiitnck. 

Judge of the Countv Court — Hon Jas G Stevens; Wn» M Connell, Clerk ; 
J C Hartley, Deputy Clerk. 

Commissioners of Parish Civil Courts — Henry M Patterson, Woodstock; 
Robt Brown, Northampton; W Dickinson, Richmond; Jas Bridges, Peel; 
Jas Good, Wakefield ; C T Hendry, Simonds ; John Barnett, Brighton ; Alex 
G Lindsay, Aberdeen; T E McClintock, Wilmot; Matthew Hutchinson, 
Wicklow. 

Clerk of the Circuits — J C Hartlev. 

High Sheriff'— William D Balloch ; Deputy Sheriffs, Albion F Foster and 
John C Gibson. 

Clerk of the Peace — Wni M Connell, ll h. 

Judge of Probate — L P Fisher. 

Registrar of Probates — Frank B Carvill. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— John S Leighton ; Deputy, J S Leighton, jr. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses — W M Connell. Howard B White, G R Burt. 
Hugh Miller, Wentworth Winslow, W W Hav, Josiah R Murphy, Horace 
Dalling, E M Boyer, L N Fletcher, Henrv Bhikslee, B N Shaw, Charles M 
Donnelly, George' Dixon, Wm Jenett, G W Craig. Stanford Dunn, Fred W 
Thomas, John Green, Jas A Gibson. 

Notaries Public— Lewis P Fisher, Geo Connell, John C Winslow, Wm M 
Connell, ix k, S B Applebv, A B Connell. Williamson Fisher, ll b, J N W 
Winslow. J R Murphy, D McLeod Vince, J C Hartley, D B Gallagher, Slason 
Carvill, Louis Young. Frank B Carvill and Charles Comben. 

Commissioners for taking Examinations under the Act relating to Arrest 
and Imprisonment of Debtors (59 Vic cap 28)— Wm Dibblee, the County 
Court Judge, and Clerk of the Peace. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court— .Lewis P Fisher, 
George Connell, John C Winslow, Wm M Connell, R K Jones, S B Appleby, 
A B Connell, Williamson Fisher, Josiah R Murphv, J N W Winslow, D Mc- 
Leod Vince. Alex G Lindsay, H T Scholey, J C Hartley, D B Gallagher, 
Slason Carvill, Louis Young. Frank B Carvill and Charles Comben. 

Police Magistrates— W Dibblee ; John Farlev. Kent. 

Coroners— Geo Sticknev, Geo West, Chas R Tjjton, Wm L Drier, John T 
Allan, Samuel Watts, Chas P Qonnell, M d, Theodore H Estey, Richard Port, 
Nehemiah Tompkins, Richard B Ketchum, Elijah M Shaw, John R Hager- 
luan, M D, Colin King, W H Morehouse, Newton R Colter, m d, G L Cronkite, 

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Wentwortli Winslow, Henry Blakslee, LeBaron L Moore, James Keenan, 
PaIwIii a Welsh, m d, M Edward Commina, M d. 

Labor Act Conimissioners — John A Shea, Northampton; A W Estabrooks, 
Brighton; A D Hartley, Peel; C H Thomas, Aberdeen; Joseph Lee, Kent, 
Johnville; Joseph Shaw, remainder Kent; Joshua Hartley, Wioklow; James 
S Baxter, Simonds and Wilmot ; Thomas Lindsay,, Wakefield ; Thomas 
"Watson, Woodstock ; A Kirkpatrick, Richmond. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands — Joseph Lee, Forreston ; John 
Clancy, Johnville. 

Crown Land Surveyor — A B Stone, Woodstock. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

roiinty Council. 

Warden — Amos Hartley. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Randolph K Jones, LL B. 
Auditor— Saintiel Watts. 

C'nimfillors : Town of Woodstock — Alex Henderson, Wm S Saunders anal 
Hugh ''iallagher. 

Parish of Woodstock — James H Forrest and Joseph Spicer. 
Pari h of Wakefield— Frank R Shaw and Alfred Bell. 
Parish of Richmotid— J Y Flemming and D H Purrinton. 
Parish of Northampton — S Gibson and .John Cotter. 
Parish of Peel — David Phillips and Wm Tompkins. 
Parish of Aberdeen — Wm Lamont and E S Gillmore. 
Parish of Kent — C E Gallagher and James R Tracey. 
Parish of Wilmot Joseph Cheney and George N White. 
Parish of Wicklow— G L Cronkite and Andrew C Caldwell. 
Parish of Simonds— LeB Moores and Frank Kearney. 

Town of Woodstock. 

Mayor — W Wallace Hay. 

Councillors: A E Jones, Thomas Flemming, R B Jones, John Graham. 
Richard B Ketchum. Alexander Henderson. 

Town Clerk— J C Hartley. 

Marshal, Town Surveyor and Inspector of Alms House — John C (jibson. 

Town Treasurer and Receiver of Taxes— Williamson Fisher. 

Superintendent of Water Works and Electric Light— Donald Munroe. 

Superintendent of Streets — James Baker. 

Postmaster— J) McLeod Vince. 

Chief Engineer of Fire Department— F Herbert J Dibblee. 

Collector of Customs— William T Drysdale ; Clerk, Thomas Lynch ; Land- 
ing W'aiter, George Robinson. 

School Trustees— L P Fisher, Chairman ; A B Connell, Secretary ; G W 
Vanwart, Treasurer; John McCormick, Hon H A Connell, James Watts, 
W S Saunders, W P Jones. 



Aberdeen 1,32(> 

Brig' ton 2,385 

Kent 2,788 

Northampton 1,110 



Census Returns, 1891. 

Peel 1,318 

Richmond 1,852 

Simonds 756 

Wakefield 1,761 



Total 22,523 



Wicklow 2,241 

Wilmot 1,927 

Woodstock 1,767 

Woodstock Town..3,290 



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COUNTY OF CHARLOTTE. 

Shiretown —St. Andrews. 

Judge of the County Court— Hon Jas G Stevens ; Jas G Stevens, jr., Clerk. 

Clerk of the Circuits — M N Cockbiirn. 

High Sheriff— Robert A Stewart, St Andrews. Deputy Sheriffs— William 
Robinson and Ed Fitzniaurice, St Stephen ; Robert Murray, St George ; Thos 
A Kendrick and ] Chase, St Andrews. 

Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Rolls — F H Grimmer. 

Judge of Probate — M N Cockburn. 

Registrar — J M Stevens. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— G F Hibbard ; Deputy Registrar, E B 
Coakley. 

Commissioners for Parish Courts — John W Mann, St James ; Dun'l Crilley, 
St Stephen ; C E O Hatheway, St Andrews; John Dewar, St George; J B 
Mark, Dumbarton. 

Coroners — Thos Dick, M d; Hubert McLaughlan, m d; Lauchlan Cameron ; 
H P Reynolds, M d ; J A Wade, M d ; H Gove, M D ; R K Ross, m d ; Geo 
Dibblee, M i) ; J M Deacon, m d ; Henry I Taylor, M d. 

Commissioners for taking Examinations under the Act relating to Arrest 
and Imprisonment of Debtors (59 Vic, cap 28) — C E O Hatheway, the County 
Court Judge, and Clerk of tiie Peace. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court — Abraham 
Young, Edmund Daggett, Wm A Fraser. Isaac Woodward McLaughlan, C E 
<) Hatheway, and all Attorneys of the Supreme Court. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses — F H Grimmer, St Andrews; Chas Johnson, 
St George; Luke Byron, Campobello; Cyrus Cheney, Grand Manan ; Henry 
E Hill, St Stephen; Jas H Ward, West Isles; Oscar Hanson, Lepreaux ; 
Samuel McKay, Pennfield ; J A Moore, St Davi(l. 

Charlotte County Agricultural Society — James Mowatt, Pr^>sident ; Thomas 
Hnrtt, Secretary-Treasurer ; John McFarlane, (^eorge Mowatt, James McFar- 
lane, John Mowatt and J M Emery, Committee of Manafijeinent. 

St Croix Agricultural Society —Judge Stevens, President; J G Stevens, jr, 
Secretary; Hon James Mitchell, Treasurer. 

St Patrick Central Agricultural Society- Patrick McLaughlan, President; 
Hugh Monohan, Secretary. 

Vendors of Law and Probate Stamps— George F Hibbard, St Andrews; 
James Vroom, St Stephen. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands — Andrew McClinton, Oak Hill; 
Nehemiah Hastey, Ralllie. 

Crown Lands Survevors—H M Balkham, Milltown ; Wm Gillespie and 
R H Lyle, Moore's Mills. 

LaboV Act Commissioners— O Hanson, Samuel Stafford, Lepreaux ; Robert 
M Graham, Clarendon; Samuel McKay, jr, Pennfi''-: Hugh Ludgate, St 
George; Thomas Steen, Dumbarton and St Patrick ; J Fitzniaurice, St David; 
Andrew McClinton, St Stepiien and St James. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

Town of Milltown. 

Mayoi — Dr J M Deacon. Councillors- Ward 1, T W Butler and Abner 
Harmon; Ward 2, Arthur Hillis, jr, and Alex Baxter, jr; Ward 3, John 
Wilder and Alex McComb, 



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J. & A. McMillan furnish estimates for society printing. 

T<mii of St. Stephen. 

Mayor— J T Whitlock. (Jouncillors— (^iit'ens Wiird, Howard H McAllisttr 
and .JoKcplj McVf.v. Diiki's Ward, Kdward M Stuart and Albert A Lawlin. 
Kings Ward, Isaiali Bridges and Alrnon I Tft'd. 

IHiiiiicipality of CliarloUo. 

Warden-W C II (Jrimnior. 

Secrotary-Tri'asurer — F II (Jrininier. 

Auditor — M N ("ockburn. 

St Andrews— Wni Snodgrass and George Mowatt. 

St Stephen (rarisli)— Joiin S Maxwell :ind M McMonagle. 

St Stephen (Town) — \V C II (Jrimnier. 

St(ieorge Janu's MeKay and II V Dewar. 

St I'atriek— J II Dyer and .1 W Stevenson. 

Dumbarton — iJose|>h Hill and John (tosh. 

Pennfield— A C Poole and II C Trynor. 

Lepreaux — Robert Mawhinney and Samuel Stafford. 

Clarendon — Wni Kupkey and Isaac Washburn. 

St David— (ieor^je I'' Hea(;h and Stillnian Smith. 

St James — Wm Douglas and A E Mann. 

Duflerin — Woodbury McBean and Levi Ferson, 

Campobello — Wm Matthews and James A Calder. 

West Isles- James H Ward and A II Ileney. 

Grand Manan — Thos Redmond and Henry Lyle. 

St Croix — John Kussell and D Johnson. 

Coiisiis RHiiriis, 181)1. 

Cami)obello 1,187 St Ooix 071 

Clarendon 177 St David l,oo4 



Duflerin ?>'M 

Dumbarton .., 807 

G rand Manan 2,3!)7 

Lepreaux 423 

Milltown ffown) 2,140 

Penntield 1,0.32 

St Andrews (Town and Parish). .1,778 



Total 23.751 



St (ieorge (Town and Parish)... 2,7-57 

St James 2,200 

St Patrick 921 

St Stephen 708 

St Stephen (Town) 2,080 

Upper Mills (Town) 200 

West Isles (Deer Island) 1,044 



COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. 

Shiretorvn — Bntlnirst. 

Judge of the County Court — Hon Wm Wilkinson. 

Commissiotiers for Parish Courts — I'erry J Comeau, Beresford ; John K 
O'Brien, Bathurst ; Henry A Sormany, Tlieophile Goguen, Shippegan; Jo- 
Sewell, John A Babin, Inkerman; Wm Archer, Oliver Robicheau, Saumarez : 
S D Theriault, New Bandon ; Jos E Lanteigne, Ludger Legere, Caraquet. 

Clerk of the Circuit and County Courts — John J Harrington. 

High Sheriff— Onesirue Blanchard. 

Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Rolls — John J Harrington. 

Judge of Probaie— Narcisse A Landry. Registrar— J E O'Brien. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— Samuel Melanson. Deputy — Cassie A Me - 
Ginley. 



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Sti|»t'ndiiiry Magistnile D G Macliiucliliin. 

Collector of ( 'iiHtoiTiH — J E riiildwin. Preventivi' Onicer — Wm J Meliuison, 

liiinding Waiter — David I.eahy. 

Collector at Cura(|iiet— .1 (r C Hliickliall ; at Slii|)pei,'an, Henry A Sormany ; 
;it Tracadie, M E Bour^eoiH; at New liatidon, Patrick J lM)lcy." 

Secretary-Treasurer— N A liandry. Auditor — .I(»lin E Haldwin. 

Coroners — .Josef)h Sewell, William IVM'j^nison, J < i C Hlackliail, (iidcoii M 
r)iincan, m l>, Robert Rivers, John (' Mealian, E Hutchinson, H A Sormany, 
W 1* Bishop, M I) I) (f Maclaiichlan. 

Issuer of Marriage licenses — (y'harles Doss. 

Chairman Board of License Commissioners— James Ferj,'uson, Bathiirst 
Village. 

Comniissioner for taking Exanunatioiis under 38 Vic — John E O'Brien. 

Yice-Consul for Sweden and Norway — John Sivcwriyht. 

Viee-Consul for the United States — Benedict C Muliins. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits to l)e read in the Supreme Court — Hoit 
Kobt Young, Jas G C Blackball, John Young, John Kerr, Henry A Sormany. 
and the Barristers and Attorneys practising in the County. 

Barristers, Notaries, etc., practising in the County — D G Madauchlan, 
.John J Harrington, Narcisse A Landry, and George Gilbert, Bathurst; W J 
O'Brien, Notary Public. # 

Fishery Officers — James Ilick.son. Bathurst ; Joseph flaclie and Xavier f> 
Albert, Caraquet; Adolphe Hache, Shippegan ; Wm Sweeney, Beresford ; 
Oliver Robicheau, Sauinarez; James D Theriault, New Bandon. 

Crown Lund Surveyor James Biittinier, Bathurst. 

Labor Act Commissioners — Eras. Allan and John Clancy, Beresford; 
Severin D Theriault, New Bandon, and part of Bathurst; John L Legere. 
Caraquet; H A Sormany, Shippejran ; John A Ferguson, Inkernian and 
Saumarez; Louis Arsenau, St Isidore; Joseph A Porrier, (."araquet and 
Inkerman. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands — John L Legere, Caraquet; 
Jerome Roy, Petit Roche; Louis J .^^rseneaii, St L^idore ; J D Brune, Miscou- 

Commissioner under Chap. 28, oOth Vic, Insolvent Confined Debtors — 
.John E O'Brien. 

Board of Health, see page llo. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

County Council. 

Bathurst — A N DesBrisay and Joseph M Ilachey. 

Beresford — S DesBrisay and Philome Boudreau. 

New Bandon — Joseph A Landry and Dominick Theriault. 

Pacquetville — Joseph Poirier. 

Caraquet — Fred Young and Fred Legere. 

Inkerman — Edmund Sewell and John Keary. 

St. Isodore — Louis Arsenau and LeBreton. 

Shippegan — Chas Brien and Adolph Ache. 
Saumarez -John Young and Philip Arseneau. 

Census Returns, 1891. 

Bathurst 4,818 New Bandon 2,4o7 

Beresford 4,301 St Isidore 87^ 

Caraquet 4,630 Saumarez 2fio^ 

Inkerman 2,008 Shippegan ..3,182 

Total 24,901 



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KENT COUNTY. 

Shiretown — Richibucto. 

Judge of the Conntv Court— Hon VV Wilberforoe Wells. 

Clerk— ChiirU's J Sayre. 

Clerk of the ( ircuits— Robert Hutchinson. 

Hherirt'— Au^UKte Legere. 

Stipendiary Magistrate— Robert H Davis, Richibucto. 

Clerk of tile Peace and Keeper of the Rolls— R Hutchinson. 

Registrar <>f Deeds and Wills— Frederick S Hayre. 

Collector of Ciistonis— Basil !«> .Johnson. Tide Waiter — Hazen Russ. 

Judge of Probates — Henry H James. Registrar — C Richardson. 

N'eudor of Law and rrol)ate Stanips — Frederick S Sayre. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses— R Hutchinson, Richibucto; Benj S Bailey, 
JStejdien Dunn, Har<"oiirt ; H M Ferguson, Kingston. 

County Treasurer — K H Forbes. County Secretary — George Mclnerney. 
County Auditc)r — Wtii D Carter. 

Inspector of Weights and .Measures — Dosithe Richard. 

Postmaster— John C Vantoiir. 

Fishery Overseers — Frederick Hannay, Richibucto; Peter L Richard, Si 
Louis; R Hutchinson. Weldford ; Thomas Deprey, Dundas ; John Beattie, sr, 
Kt)iichibouguac ; Oliver J ( ) LeHlanc, St Marys ; Antoine Robichaud, Pt Sapin, 

Inspector of Schools — (ieorge Smith. 

Princi{)al of (jrammar School — Murray Cowperthwaite. Staff: George A 
Hutchinson, .Miss ('hrystal. Miss Ferguson. 

Conmiissiouer for taking Bail in the Supreme Court — Wm A Black. 

Commissioners for taking K.vaminations under the Act relating to Arr('>t 
nnd Imprisonment of Debtors (.")9 Vic, cap 28) — Caleb Richardson, the County 
Court Judge and ('ierk of the Peace. 

Coroners— Isaac W Dolierty, M D, Rutino A D'Olliqui, M D, W Johnson, 
Damien Bourgeois, T J Bourque, M i), W G King, M D. C O LeBlanc, M D. 

Commissioners of Parish Civil Courts — John Hutchinson, Wellington: 
Bernard (Jorman. St Louis; James F Burns, Weldford; B Bailey, Harcourt; 
J R Little, Carleton ; J T Caie, Richibucto; Louis Leger, Dundas; Phili|' 
Arsenault, Acadieville ; Marc BouriMie, St Paul ; Hugh H Ferguson, Parish 
Court No 2, Richibucto. 

Commissioners Liquor License Act of 1896 — Clifford Atkinson, Chairman: 
Vrbain Babinot, Domini(|ue H Legere ; R A Irving, Inspector; S Chas Wee.^s, 
sub- Inspector for Richibucto. 

Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages — R Hutchinson. 

Crier of the Court — Allan Hains. 

Crown Land Surveyors— Robert Douglas, Buctouche ; John Stevenson, ji, 
Richibucto. 

Labor Act Commissioners — John Stevenson, Harcourt, Haskisson, Carleton, 
St Louis, Richibucto, Weldford; Robert Douglas, Wellington and Dundas; 
Premelite Johnson, St Paul and St Marys; F O Richard, Acadieville. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands — John Stevenson, Richibucto : 
Andre .1 Arseneau, Harcourt; F O Richard, Joseph J Babinean, Acadieville. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

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Miiiilclpfil roiiiK'illors. 

Aciidieville — Sylvain Harrio ami A IMneau. 
Curleton— H M Daigle and Cliflord AtkiuHoii. 
Diindas Loi:'<J Leger and Ja<ldii8 Robirliuiid. 
Harconrt Lt'...ie J Watlien and K Saulnicr. 
Hichlbucto— Robert VV Mitcbtdl and JoHcph I"' Kicbard. 
St Louis — V M Kicbard and Trbain IJabineati. 
St Murvs — O S Leger and M D (orinier. 
St. Paul — Sanuiel I) Lelilanc and Prenieiite Jcdinson. 
Wohlford — Robert Mnrpby and Alexander Murray. 
Wellington — Jolin McKee and ]•' X LeBlanc. 

Census Returns, IHtU. 



Atadieville 1,105 St Louis... 

Carleton 1,18() St Marys . 

Dundas 3.294 St Paul... 

Harcourt 1,309 Weldford. 

Kicbibucto 3,088 Wellington 



Total 23,858 



.2,121 
.2,392 
1,040 
.3,502 
.3,801 



COUNTY OF KINGS. 

Sh iretown — Hampton. 

Judge of the County Court — Hon Wm Wedderburn ; Ora P King, Clerk. 

Commissioners Parisb Civil Courts — Geo Incb, Greenwich ; John Mclntyre, 
Kars; John Slason, Rothesay ; J D M Keator, Hampton; Wm J Brittain, 
Springfield ; Wm Barnes, Upham ; Weeden Fowler, Hammond ; S T Morton, 
( ardwell ; Wilford D Fowler, Havelook; J A Fenwick, Studholm : C Douglas 
Kairweather, Kingston ; Daniel Robertson, Norton. 

Stipendiary Magistrates — Geo H Wallace, Sussex ; Fred M Sproul, Hamp- 
ton ; D Beverly Hatfield, Norton ; Albert S Mace, Studholm. 

Clerks of the Circuits— Robert Morrison, Wra P^ Flewelling. 

High Sheriff— Sam'l N Freeze; Deputy Sheriff" and Jailer, Fred W Freeze. 

Judge of Probate — Finnemore E Morton. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills—Henry J Fowler; Deputy Registrars, Flor- 
ence V Currie and H E Fowler. 

Registrar of Probates, Secretary-Treasurer, and Clerk of the Peace — George 
OD Otty. 

Coroners — George W Palmer, Joshua Burnett, m d, Peter Brennan, James 
A F'enwick, D Beverly Hatfield, James A Moore, Peter Campbell, George F 
Johnston, M D, J H Ryan, M d, Joshua Oldtield, J N Smith, M d, G O Baxter, 
M D, H E Freeze, W Hatfield White, m d, () N Price, Geo N Pearson, m d. 

Alms House Commissioners— D Beverly Hatfield, Chairman ; Philo Z Ray- 
mond, Jas A Moore, Dr Mary E McLeod, and the Warden of the County. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits and Bail in the Supreme Court — John 
() Price, J W Nowlan. Nelson Arnold, JAS Kierstead, A S White, F ¥. 
Xlorton, Ora P King, R LeB Tweedie, Leonard Allison, G W Fowler, F W 
Stockton, Robt Morrison, J .4rthur Freeze, F L Fairweather, James P Byrne, 
M H Parlee, and James M Mclntyre. 

Crown Land Surveyor — Nelson Arnold, Sussex. 

Labor Act Commissioners— O N Price, Havelock ; J A Fenwick, Studholm ; 



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W H Henderson, Springfield ; John Mclntyre, Kars ; Wm Richards, Green- 
wich ; Aaron Kimble, Kingston ; James VV Smith, Hampton ; W Barnes, Un- 
ham ; James Hnglison, Norton ; James Douglas, Hammond ; Wm Armstrong, 
iiussex, CardweU and Waterford ; Geo Crawford, Westtield. 

Vendors of Law Siami)s — H J Fowler and S H White. 

Vendors of Probate Stamps Geo Coggin, Sussex ; H J Fowler, Hampton. 

Vendor of Liquoi-s, Parish of Hampton — W T Scribner. 

Commissioner under Chapter US, 59th Vict., Insolvent Confined Debtors— 
R LeBert Tweedie. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses— H J Fowler, Chas M Hunt, J A S Kierstead, 
Robt D Boal, Silas M Freeze. J R Merritt, George S Dryden ; James Burns, 
i?pringfield ; Sterling L Stockton, Corn Hill, Havelock, 

Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths — W H Baxter. 

Notaries Public resident in the County — Seo Barristers and Attorneys. 

Game vVardens, see page 119. Board of Health, see page 115. 

(■oniity Council. 

Warden— Ora P. King. 

Cardwell — Havelock E Freeze and Lester McCully. 
Greenwich — W^ L Belyea and C H Gorham. 
Hammond — Thomas A Kelly and D J Fowler. 
Hampton —F Spioul and H J Fowler. 
Havelock — Bruce McLeod and Thos G Perry. 
Kars — George W Palmer and William Helms. 
Kingston — John Dann and S T Holder. 
Norton— Gilbert ^V Titus and D Beverly Hatfield. 
Rothesay — Wm Maynes and Isaac J Saunders. 
8pringfield — G Crandall and J VV Freeze. 
Studholm— W D Fenwick and H Montgomery Campbell. 
Sussex— Ora P King and Hugh R McMonagle. 
Upham — James M Caiipbell and Albert H Upham, 
Waterford — .James A Moore and James H Mvers. 
AVestfield~F W C Nase and Fred R Fowler.' 



Cardwell 1,218 

Greenwich. 819 

Hammond 768 

Hampton 1,884 

Havelock 2,081 



Ceiisu.s Ketiirus, 1891. 

Kars 503 

Kingston 1,811 

Norton 1,606 

Rothesav 1,053 

Studholin 2.786 



Total 23,094 



Springfield 1,86'> 

Sussex ^....3,205 

Upham 1,145 

Waterford 1,178 

Westfield 1,172 



COUNTY OF MADAWASKA. 

Shireloini — Edmundston. 
Judge of County Court— Hon James G Stevens, Clerk, Barry R Plant. 
High Sheriff"— J F Rice; Clerk of the Peace, Barrv R Plant. 
Judge of Probate— A Rainsford Balloch. 
Clerk of Circuits— Barry R Plant. 
Registrar of Probates— Aaron Lawson. 
Registrar of Deeds and Wills— Regis Theriault. 



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Vendor of Law Stamps — Aaron Lawson. 

Inspector of Schools — F B Meagher. 

Commissioner for taking Special Bail— T Medley Richards. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Francis J Rice, jr. 

County Auditor — Pius Michaud. 

Coroners — John Lynch, S C Hiidon, Edwin Akerly, Mathias Nadeau, B R 
Violet, T Medley Richards. H A Couillard, Florent Fournier, Levite J Cyr. 

Inspector of Licenses— Maxime Martin. 

Issuer of Marriage Licenses— T Medley Richards. 

Registrar of Deaths, etc — Barry R Plant. 

Commissioner to Solemnize Marriage- Edwin Akerly. 

Parish Court Commissioners — Louis Peltier, Frederic Nadesui, St Francis; 
J W Baker, St Hilaire ; Barry R Plant, Madawaska; Docite Bosse, St Jacques ; 
Jas Smith, St Basil ; Abram Perron, St Anne; D O Burgoine St Leonard. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits to be read in the Supreme Court — A 
Rainsford Balloch, Barry R Plant, F'rederic Laforest, C A David Gagnon, 
John Stevens, Aaron Lawson. 

Commissioners for taking Examinations under the Act relating to Arrest 
and Imprisonment of Debtors (59 Vict., Cap. 28) — C \ David Gagnon, the 
County Court Judge, and Clerk ol the Peace. 

Labor Act Coni.iiissioners — D O Burgoin, St Leonard ; Alfred Voisne, P A 
Thibodeau, St Basil ; Luke Plourd, Madawaska ; James Lynch, St Jacques ; 
Treftle Sirois, St Hilaire; T Peltier, St Francis; Abraham Paron, Isidore 
Bourgoin, St Anne ; A E Ha-ison, whole County. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands — Basil Beaulieu, St Leonard ; D 
Rousseau, St Jacques ; Fras Michaud, St Hilaire. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

County Council. 

St Francis — Louis Peltier and Antoine Cyr. 
St Hilaire — Hanore Cyr and Zepherin Daigle. 
Edmundston — Magloire Hebert and Josepii Martin. 
St Jacques — Xavier Bosse and Docite Bosse. 
St Basil — Narcisse Gagnon and Michel Martin. 
St Anne — Placide Theriault and Dennis E Cyr. 
St Leonard — B R Violette and Andrew Levesque. 



Census Returns, 1891. 



Edmundston 1,683 St Hilaire 

St A'.ue 973 St Jacques 

St Basil 1,557 St Leonard 

St Francis 2,040 

Total 10,514 



. 994 
. 874 
.2,393 



COUNTY OF NORTHUMBERLAND. 

fjhiretowii — Newcastle. 
Judge of the County Court Hon W Wilkinson ; Clerk, Samuel Thomson ; 
Deputy Clerk, Chas J Thomson. 
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Police Magistrate— Newcastle, John Niven. 

Clerk of the Circuits— Samuel Thomson, q c ; Deputy Clerk, Charles J 
Thomson. 

High Sheriff— Robert R Call ; Deputy Sheriff, William Irving. 

Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Rolls— Samuel Thomson, Qc; Deputy 
Clerk, Chas J Thomson. 

Judge of Probate— Samuel Thomson, q c. Registrar— G B Fraser 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— James R Lawlor ; Deputy, Mary A Lawlor. 

Vendor of Probate Stamps -(Jeo P Fraser, Chatham. 

Vendor of Law Stamps— S Thomson, Newcastle. 

Commissioners for Parish Court— George B Fraser, Chatham ; Charles J 
Thomson, Newcastle; Arthur O'Donnell, Blissfield ; T W Underbill, Black- 
ville. 

Coroners— Robert B Wasson, John S Benson, B N T Underbill, Joliu 
Pallen, M d, John Pond, John Johnson, Wm P Bishop, Phineas "Wiilistou. 
Alfred C Smith, m d, John McDonald, M D, Joseph Chaplain, John McDonald, 
Alex G Williston, Francis J Desmond, M D, Hiram A Fish, M D, Jos Hayes, 
M D, iind W H Irvine, M D. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses -Samuel Thomson, Daniel McMillan, F L 
Pedolin, Harvey Doak, John S Pond and Wm H Salter. 

Revenue Officers- Daniel Ferguson, Collector, Chatham; Wm A Park, 
Collector, Newcastle; P B Wheeler, Waiter, Searcher and Locker. 

Commissioners for taking Examinations under the Act relating to Arrest 
and Imprisonment of Debtors (59 Vic Cap 28) — Edward Perley Williston, 
the County Court .Judge, and Clerk of the Peace. 

Labor Act Commissioners — Romain Savoy, Alnwick ; Denis Ryan, New- 
castle ; Neil Gordon, Northesk ; Robert Parks, Southesk ; Francois McCaii, 
Rogersville and Glnelg ; Joseph Williston, Hardwick ; Thos Doolan, Nelson ; 
T W Crocker, Derby; B N T Underbill, Blackville; Samuel Freeze and 
Burk Archibald, Blissiield ; Joseph Sobey, Sugary Settlement. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands— Meleme Chaisson, Pleasant 
Ridge; Meleme Mailiet, Rogersville; John LeBlanc, Shediac Settlement 
and East Rogersville; Alex G Williston, Hardwick; Henry Swim, Doak- 
town ; W R McCloskey, Boiestown ; Horatio J Lee, Burnt Church ; Joseph 
Sobey, The Sugary ; John Keys, Derby ; B N T Underbill, Blackville. 

Vendors of Licpiors — Chas Hickey and Herbert Pallen, Chatham ; Robert 
Armstrong, Newcastle; John D Buckley, Rogersville. 

Crown Land Surveyors — W E Fish, Newcastle; Sfimuel Freeze, Doaktowi.. 

Alms House Coniniissioners — R R Call (Chairnum), P Hennessy, N'^w- 
castle; D MaoLachlan (Secretary), Roger Flanagan, Chatham; George 
Burchill. Nelson ; Donald McBeatli, Cilenelg ; Patrick Fitzpatrick, Hard- 
wick ; Simon Simpson, Alnwick; Robert P Whitney, Northesk; Jamc- 
Tweedie, Southesk; John (iraham, Derby; B N T Underbill, Blackville; 
Robert Swim, lilisstiold ; Arthur O'Donnell, Ludlow; Ambrose Arsenault. 
Rogersville. ^lajor Alex S Tenipleton, Keeper. 

Miramichi Pilotage Commissioners — John C Miller (Chairman), Millerttn ; 
Hon Allen Ritchie, Newcastle; Ernest Hutchison, Douglastown ; W B Snow- 
ball, Chatliam ; Edward Sinclair, Bridgetown ; R R Call, Newcastle, Secretary 
and Treasurer to the Commissioners. 

Consular Agents— Norwegian, E Hutchinson; United States, R R Call; 
German, Alex Morrison; French, Hon J B Snowball ; Italy, Geo Watt. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

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Town of Chatham. 

Mayor — Warren C Winslow. 

Aldermen— Queens Ward, Alex Robinson and Jas Mahur. 
Kings Ward — F E Neale and Roger Flanagan. 
Wellington Ward — Wm 8 Loggie and John Coleman. 
Dukes Ward — Geo Groat and Andrew Mcintosh. 

County Council. 

Warden — John S Bond, 
Secretary-Treasurer — Samuel Thomson, 
Parish of Ijiidiow— John S Pond and William A Brown. 
Blisslield — Wm Russell and Edward Mersereau, 
Blackville — David G Schofield and Denis P Sullivan. 
Northesk — Michael Ryan and David Whitney. 
Southesk — Thomas Johnson and Jared Tozer. 
Derby — James Robinson and John Betts. 
Nelson — Thomas W Flett and Ephraim Hayes. 
Rogersville — Augnstin A Richard and J David Gaudet, 
Newcastle— Donald Morrison and William Lyons. 
Chatham— William Kerr and N Cunningham, 
(ilenelg — Robt McNaughton and James Cameron, 
Jiardwick — Phineas Williston and John A Miller. 
Alnwick — William Anderson and James W Robertson, 



Census Returns, 1S91. 



Alnwick 2,960 

Blackville 2,066 

Blissfield 894 

Chatham 5,644 

Derby 871 

Total 25,715 



Glenelg 1,382 

Haniwick 1,170 

Ludlow 805 

Nelson 1,907 



Newcastle.. 
Northesk,,., 
Rogersville , 
Southesk ,,., 



.4,006 
.1,586 
,1,379 



.1,045 



COUNTY OF QUEENS. 

6'A irelown — Gafjelown. 

Supreme Court — Circuit opens on the third Tuesday in May and the second 
Tuesday in (Xtober. A W Ebbetl, Clerk of the Circuit. 

County Court Judge — Mcin James Steaduian ; Clerk, A W P]bbett. Terms, 
fourth Tuesday in May and fourth Tuesday in October. 

.Judge Probate Court — \ W Ebbettj Registrar, John W Dickie. 

High Sherifi"— James Reid ; I)epntv, Wm Brander, 

Clerk of the Peace— A W Ebbett. ' 

\'endor of Law and Probate Stamps — R T Babbitt, (Jagetown, 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— Robt T Babbitt; Deputy, Ella A Simpson, 

Divisional Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths— Ellia A Simpson. 

Postmasters — Miss Leora Simpson, (Jagetown ; Henry Johnson, Welsford. 

Crown Land Surveyors — Jas Kerr, Hampstcad; Duncan McLean, Grand 
Lake; S M Starkey, Johnston; Peter Yeainans, Newcastle. 

Commissioner for taking Special Bail in the Supreme Court — R T Babbitt. 

Commissioners for taking .\flidavits to be read in the Supreme Court — R T 
Babbitt, Gagetown ; Chas E ' -ngan, Chipman ; Samuel L Peters, B S Palmer, 

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Hampste;i(l ; Jas Palmer, Canning; Arthur W Ebbett, Gagetown ; Henry 
Todd, .Jolin \V Perry, Jas F Roberts an<l S M Starkey, Johnston. 

Commissioners of Parish Courts A \V Ebbett, Gagetown; W H White, 
Cambridge; Wni Tilley, Petersville; B S Palmer, Harapslead; George J 
Worden, VVickham; Leigh K Wilson, Chipman ; I) Palmer, Canning; Jas F 
Roberts, Johnston ; George E McLean, Waterborough ; Samuel E McDonald ; 
BriHiswick. Jurisdiction $bO in debt, $',VI in tort. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses — Wm U White, Benj S Palmer, D M Pearson, 
John Law, Brunswick H Smith, Jas F Roberts, WS Butler, J A Mott, Robert 
McMann, E C Crandall and Geo E Black. 

Coroners— R T Babbitt, Ambrose Palmer, R D Akerly, Malcolm C Mc- 
Donald, M 1), Abraham Wiggins, Thomas H Pearson, James G Hetherington, 
J E Nugent, M i>, F J Purdy. James G Sypher, H J DuVernet, T J Ottj 
Earle, M d, 1 W Carpenter, Duncan McLean, B S Palmer. 

Auctioneers — David H Ferguson, Jotham P Belyea, Amos S Corey, Wm 
Cooper, B S Babbitt, Gagetown ; Jas Pearson, Wm Somerville, Johnston ; 
W S Butler, Canning; Lawrence O'Leary, Brunswick; Thomas Dykeman, 
Cambridge ; 1 S Vanwart, Hampstead. 

Licensed \'endor under the Canaila Temperance Act — John W Dickie, 
Gagetown. 

Labor Act Commissitmers — Howard Alward, Brunswick; S M Starkey, 
Johnston and Wickham ; Duncan McLean, Cambridge, Canning and Water- 
boro; James Kerr, Petersville. 

Board of Health, see page llo. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

Mi'inbers of ('oiiiicil. 

Secretary -Treasurer — R T Babbitt. 
Auditor — C D Dykeman. 
Brunswick — R H Corey and Joseph Beach. 
Cambridge— John L Colwell and Arch Purdy. 
Canning -Daniel Palmer, jr, and A McM Thorrott. 
Chipman— Hugh B Hay, iM d, and Isaac C F'raser. 
(Tagetown— John W Dickie and John F Hoben. 
Hampstead — Wm J Cheney and Edgar B Palmer. 
Johnston — John Leonard and Solomon C Perry. 
Petersville — Harry W Woods and Peter Lingley. 
Waterborough — Wm Snodgrasg and Alonzo F Barton. 
Wickham — James McCrea and T Melbourne Carpenter. 

Census Ketiirns, 1891. 

Gagetown 1,025) 

Hampstead I,lo0 

Johnston 1,588 

Petersville 1,914 Total 12,152 



Brunswick 381 

Cambridge 1,36(> 

Canning 8U0 

Chipman l,6o] 



Waterborough 1,352 

Wickham 935 



COUNTY OF RESTIGOUCHE. 

Sit iretou-n — Dalhousie. 

Judge of the County Court— Hon Wm Wilkinson ; Clerk, Jas S Harquail. 

Commissioners ft)r Parish Courts — W .S Smitii, Dalhousie; Chas Murray, 
Addingtcn; John S Bassett, Colborne; E McMillan, Durham; Dennis A 
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High Sheritt'— Jatnes E Stewart. 

Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Roils — James S Harquail. 

.Indge of Probate — Henry F McLatchey ; Registrar of Probate, J elm 
Barbarie, 

Clerk of the Circuit Court — James S Hanjuail. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— John Barbarie; Deputy Registrar, Miss M 
D Barbarie. 

Deputy Crown Land Surveyor— D McMillan, c E. 

Revising Officer — Judge Wilkinson. 

Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths — Hatty L Johnson. 

Issuer of Marriage Licenses — Win S Smith. 

Vendor of Law an(3 Probate Stamps — Catherine Phillips, Dalhousie. 

Auditor — James S Harcpiail. 

Supervisors of Roads — Patrick Ultegan, Ebenezer McMillan, Peter Lavio- 
lette, Neil Shaw, David Graham and John Dawson. 

(Jounty Treasurer — Wm Montgomery. 

<k)unty Secretary— H A Johnson. 

Commissioners for taking Hail in the Supreme Court— Charles Murray, 
Campbellton ; Wm M()nt<j;omery, Dalhousie. 

Harbor Master— William S Smith. 

Revenue Officers — Wm Montgomery, Collector, port of Dalhousie ; Deputy 
Collector, Arch McKenzie, Cam[>bellton; James S Harquail, Preventive 
Officer. 

Coroners — A McKendrick, M D Victor, J A Vernon, M d, W Doherty, M D. 

Fishery Wardens — Charles Brown, Escuminac, P Q ; Donald McLean, 
Charlo ; James McMillan, Jacquet. 

Restigouche Agricultural Society — John Barbarie, President; James S 
Reid and Alex Dickie, Vice-Presidents; J E Stewart, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Crown Land Surveyor — Daniel McMillan, Charlo Statiim. 

Labor Act Commissioners— Daniel McMillan, the whole County ; Murdock 
Murray, Upper Addington ; Alex Diotte, Addington; John Giroux, Colborne ; 
John P Mclntyre, Dalhousie ; Lawrence Lapoint, Durham. 

Pilot Commissioners — Kilgour Shives, J as D Sowerby, Andrew G Wallace, 
W S Montgomery, Nathaniel McNair. 

Liquor License Act, 1896 — Commissioners for the County, John Dawson 
(Chairman), Donald McDonald, Lawrence Lapoint ; Inspector, John S Bassett. 
Commissioners for the town of Campbellton, Thos Kerr (Chairman), J A 
N'erge, S H Tvingley ; Inspector, John Duncan. 

Commissioners for taking p]xaminations under the Act relating to Arrest 
and Imprisonment of Debtors (59 \'ic. cap. 2S) — Wm S Smith, the County 
Ctjurt Judge, and Clerk of the Peace. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands — D O'Keefiie, Colbrooke; David 
Hickie, Lome Settlement; Donald Murchie, Sunnyside ; James Noble, Daw- 
sonville; John G Mclntyre, M Brook, Lawrence Arseneau, Mitchell Settle- 
ment. 

Board of Health, see page llo. (iame Wardens, see page 119. 

Muiiicipiility of Restigouche. 

Warden— Thos Hayes. 

Addington — Allan G Adams and Jas Millar. 
Dalhousie— Capt Ciias Powell and William Currie. 
(\dborne — James Cook and Wm Fraser. 



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Durham— John Culligan and Thos Hayes. 
Bahnoral— Dennis A Arsenean and R I.iberty. 
Eldon — John Dawson and Murdock Mann. 



Addington 2,751 

Colborne 901 



Census Returns, 1891. 

Dalhousie 2,532 

Dinliain l,97o 



Eldon and Res R.. 154 
Total 8;Ul 



MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF 

SAINT JOHN. 

County Government. 

Warden — Israel E. Srnitli, Alderman, City of St. John. 

Councillors (ex officio), City of .St John — Geo Robertson, Maj'or ; Aldermen 
Daniel J Purdy, Douglas McArthiir, James O Stackhouse, George H'Waring, 
Samuel Tufts, John W Daniel, Joseph H Hamm, Alex W MacRae, Thomas J 
MePherson, T Barclay Robinson, Thomas Millidge, VVm Christie, John Mc- 
Mulkin, Jolin McGoldiick. 

Parish of Lancaster — Wm F Barnhill, Robt Catlierwood, James Lowell. 

Parish of Simonds — John McLeod, Daniel Morgan, Joseph Lee. 

Parish of St Martins — Robt Carson, Robt Ruddick, Judson P Mosher. 

Parish of Muscjuash — Wm J Dean, Geo Rose. 

Clerk of the Peace, Solicitor and Secretary — Geo R Vincent. Treasurer — 
J. S. Boies DeVeber. Auditor — R Whiteside. Marshal — Geo W Stockford. 

Meetings of Council — Third Tuesday in January, second Tuesday in May, 
third Tuesday in July, first Tuesday in October. 

Standing Conuniitee.s. 

Finance and Accounts — Wm Christie, Chairman ; the Warden, and Coun,^ 
Daniel, MacRae, McPiierson, Purdy, Tufts, McMulkin, Catherwood, Lowell, 
McLeod, Lee, Carson, Ruddick and Dean. 

County Buildings — John McMulkin, (Chairman ; the Warden, and Coun> 
McArtliur, Stackhuuse, Robinson, Millidge, McGoldrick, Hamm, Barnhill, 
H organ, Carson, Mosher and Rose. 

]iills for Legislature, By-Laws and Regulations — Alex W MacRae, Chair- 
man ; the Warden, and Conns McArthur, Christie, Daniel, Tufts, Millidge. 
Purdy, McLeod, Lee, Mosher, Ruddick, Catherwood, Lowell and Dean. 

Publi(! and School Lands — Robert Carson, Chairman; the Warden, and 
Couns Ilamm, Mclioldrick, Robinson, Waring, MePherson, Christie, Mc- 
Mulkin, Barnhill, Dean, Lee, Ilorgan, Ruddick and Mosher. 

To act with the Shcrifl'in regard to the Perfi>rmance of Hard Labor Sen- 
tences in Gaol — Geo II Waring, Chairman ; Couns Tufts, McArthur, Stack- 
house, McPhcison, Robinson, McGoldrick, Catherwood, McLeod, Carson and 
Rose. 

h\c Relief of Indigent Rate[)ayers — W^m F Barnhill, Chairman; Couns 
Purdy, Waring, MacRae, Rol)in.son, McMidkin, Hamm, Millidge, Tufts. 
Lowell, McLeod, Horgan, Ruddick and Mosher. 

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CITY AND COUNTY OF 8T. JOHN. 

High Sheriff'— H Lawratice Sturdee; Deputy Slierlff' and Under Keeper of 
the Jail, John Rankin; Turnkeys, Samuel Clifford and VV J Cunningham. 

Judge of Probate— Arthur I Trueman ; Registrar, John McMillan. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— J Verner McLellan; Deputy. II Littlehale. 

Judge of County Court — His Honor Jas G Forbes ; Mont. McDonald, Clerk. 

Clerk of Circuits— John Willet. 

Vendor of Law and Probate Stamps — W C Rudnian Allan. 

Revising Officers, E T C Knowles; C McSorley, Clerk. 

Board of License Commissioners under Liciuor License Act, 1896, for the 
City of St John — Geo A Knodell, Michael Coll, W Albert Lockhart ; John B 
Jones, Chief Inspector. 

Board of License Commissioners under Liquor License Act, 1896, for the 
County of the City and County of St John — Joshua Knight, Alex F Johnston, 
Wni Hamlyn ; Geo R Vincent, Chief Inspector. 

Parish Clerks — St Martins, Thos W Mosher; Simonds, Alex F .Johnston ; 
Lancaster, No 1, Andrew I) Gault; Lancaster, No 2, James Galbraith; Mus- 
quash, James Reid. 

Collectors — St Martins, Wm J Morrow; Simonds, James H Bowes; Lan- 
caster, No 1, Henry P Allingham; Lancaster, No 2, Henry Galbraith; Mus- 
quash, John H Hargrove. 

Parish Court Commissioners — St Martins, Wm E Skillen ; Simonds, James 
H Bowes; Lancaster, .James Masson ; Musquash, David H Anderson. 

Coroners — James Robinson, ,j !•, IT E (iilmour, m d, .Joshua Knight, J P, 
Joseph D White, m u, Daniel E Berryman, m d, Thomas Dyson Walker, M D, 
A F Emery, M d. 

Commissioners of .\lms House, Work House and Infirmary — G A Knodell, 
Chairman; Michael Coll, John McLeod, Thos Furlong, Thomas R Hilyard, 
Wm Barnhill, Isaac O Beattey ; S M Wetmore, Secretary. 

Commissioners of General Public Hospital — Wm Bavard, M D, President; 
M W Maher, Vice-President; T Walker, M D, W C R Allan, A C Smith, John 
McGoldrick, .John Berryman, m d, H G Addy, M D, John \V Daniel, M D ; 
William L Ellis, Resident Physician and Superintendent; M F Bruce, M d, 
and G R A Crawford, M d, Oculist and Aurist; I Olive Thomas, Secretary. 

Board of Examiners of Surveyors of Jjumber — W H Rourke, C F Clinch, 
S K Wilson ; G R Vincent, Secretary. 

Board of Portwardens — James Knox, Chairman ; Wm Thomas, Secretary ; 
Wm Dunlavey, Wm Lewis, Denis Coholan, Arthur Adams, Samuel Wilson, 
W^m Black, .James Hamilton, W A Chesley. 

Commissioners of Public Slaughter Houses — Thos L Hay, Chairman ; Uriah 
Drake, P Gleeson, John Nugent, D E Berryman, M D, A N Shaw, J H Frink, 
Commissioners; W H Shaw, Secretary, 21^2 Main street. 

Commiosioners for taking Examinations under the Act relating to Arrest 
and Imprisonment of Debtors (59 Vic. cap. 28)— .\llen O Earle, the County 
Court Judge, the Clerk of the Peace, Recorder, ami Common Clerk. 

Commissioner of Indian Reserves under Act Vic, c 25 — Wm Bayard, m d. 

Chief Game Commissioner for the Province — Leonard B Knight. 

Surveyor of Crown Lands — Wm Murdoch. 

Labor Act Commissioners— J W Patorson, St Martins ; O Hanson, Lancaster. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses— W All)ert Lockhart, St John; R N Knight, 
Carleton; W E Skillen, St Martins; Wm Glenn Brown, Indiantown. 

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Registrar of Birtlis, ^rarringes and Deaths — John B Jones. 

Visiting Physician, Port of St John — John E March, m d; Seizing Officer, 
<ieo H Tapley. 

For Commissioners to take Affidavits, see end of Roll of Barristers aiicl 
Attorneys. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

Rejflstor of IJirtlis, Mnrriag-es and Deaths 

For the year endivcf June 30, 1897. 

City. County. 

Births 976 200 

Marriages .345 34 

I>eaths... 705 181 



Total. 
1]7() 
,'579 

88') 



(Vjisiis Returns, 18tH. 

Population of New Brunswick 321,294 

ST. ,TOHN CITY. 

Prince Ward 4,.34S 

Queens " 3,098 

Svdney " 3,240 

Wellington" ... .3,806 
Dut.erin " 3,964 

ST. JOHN COUNTY. 

Parish of Lancaster 4,211 Parish of St. Martins 2.3;r> 

Parish of Muscjuash 783 Parish of Sinionds 3,06<> 

Population of City of St. John 40,179 

Population of County of St. John 10,395 

Total .50,574 



Albert Ward 1,269 

Brooks " 1,168 

Dukes " 3,0.55 

Guys " 1,838 

Kings " 2,762 



Lansdowne \Vard..3.62& 
Lome " ..3.112 

Stanley " .. '.>52 

Victoria " ..3,33s 



SAINT JOHN CITY GOVERNMPJNT. 

Mayor— George Robertson. Deputy Mayor — T Barclay Robinson. 
Recorder — ('has N Skinner, q c. Common Clerk — Herbert E Wardropor 
Chamberlain — Frederick Sandall. 
Aldermen-at- Large— Daniel J Purdy and Douglas McArthur. 
Aldermen, Kings Ward — Joseph B Hamm. 
Queens Ward — John W Daniel. 
Dukes Ward— Samuel Tufts. 
Sidney Ward — (ieorge H Waring. 
Guys Ward— Israel E Smith. 
Hrooks Ward — James O Stackhouse. 
Wellington Ward — Alex W MacRae. 
Prince Ward — Thomas J McPherson. 
Victoria Ward— T Barclay Robinson. 
Dufferin Ward — Thomas Millidge. 
Lansdowne Ward— William Christie. 
Lome Ward — John McMulkin. 
Stanley Ward — John McGoldrick. 



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Treasury Department — Daniel, (Jhairman ; Mcl'liorson, Mc( Joldrirk, 
Rae, Milli«l<jfo, (Hiristie, McMnlkin, K(»l)ins()n and Staeklioiise. 

Public Works Departnient— Christie, Cliairinaii ; MtlMierson, NracUae. 
llcMnlkin. Tufts, Staekliouse, Mo(r()l(lri(;k, Smith, Wariii;,', Daniel, Robinson, 
Hamm and Millid};;e. 

Board of Manaii[ement Department of Pnblic Works — Christie, Chairman ; 
Smith, Waring, Daniel and Robinson. 

Public Safety Department —Mc(roldrick, Chairmim ; Tufts, Warin;;, Mc- 
Mulkin, Mamm, Smith, Purdy, McPherson and McArthur, 

Staiidiiiij;- ('4>iiiiiiitte(^». 

Appeals — McVrthnr, Chairman; MacRae, Millidge, Hamm, Waring, Stack- 
house and Purdy. 

Bills and By-Laws— Millidge, Chairman; Christie, Tiifis, MacRae, Smith, 
Purdy and McArthur. 

City Oflloials. 

Director of Public Works — A Chipman Smith. 

Director of Public Safety — Robert Wisely. 

City Engineer — Hurd Peters. 

Clerk to Mayor's Oflice — Clarence Ward. 

Accountant in Chamberlain's Otiice — David R Willet. 

Clerks in (chamberlain's Office — Duncan (r Lingley, Jas K Toole. 

Superintendent of Ferries— Adam (Glasgow. 

Superintendent of Streets —(ieorge II Martin. 

Inspector of Pjuildings — M W Maher. 

Board of Assessors — .John II Mc!Rol)bie, Chairman; Uriah Drake, Richard 
Farmer. Chief Clerk— Arthur W Sharp. Assistant Clerk— John C Chesley. 

Harbor Master — Charles S Taylor. IIarl)f)r Inspector — .Joseph O'Brien. 

Chief Engineer Fire Department — .John Kerr. 

High Constable — (icorge W Stockford. 

Lumber Surveyors — William .J (iiady, Comley Robertson, George V 1^^ 
Wilson, Samuel K Wilson, .John Sullivan. .John F (iallagher, John R O 
Wilson, Otto Rennike, Arthur B l^'armer, John linger. 

Firo DopartiiiMit. 

Chief Engineer— John Kerr. District Engineers — Geo Blake, Xo 1 ; Chas 
F Brown, No 2 ; Wm McLeod, No ;'> (West End). 

Steam Fire Engine No 1 — Josej)h H Green, Engiiieman ; Geo G Drake, 
Stoker of Engine and Hose-cart Teamster ; Chas Conway, Driver of P'ngine. 
Hosemen — David Dearness, Foreman ; James Manson, Assistant ; James 
Dinsmore. jr, Wm G Kee, jr. Jas Robinson. Rt)land J Evans, Wm A Watson, 
I^"'red Allen; substitutes, Andrew (Jarrick, Fred Kee, Leonard Tufts. 

Steam Fire P^ngine No 2— Charles I^iercy, Engineman ; William Donohue, 
Stoker of Engine and Hose-cart Teamster ;" George McDade, Engine Driver. 
I loseman— Albert Winchester, Foreman; Walter S Vaughan, Assistant: 
Francis McAfee, John Shaw, Peter McGourty, John H Sel fridge, Allan N 
Nixon, M Reynolds, John LeLacheur, jr; substitutes, William J Cox, Wm 
Taylor. 

Stean) Fire Engine No 3— John E Wilson. Engineman ; B Corley, St(^ker 
•f Engine and Hose-cart Teamster; Wm McKinley, Euirine Driver. Hose- 
men— E W Barlow, Foreman; Jas Thomas, Assistant; Nerval McLauchlin, 

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Oliver Tliompson, Edward E Evans, James Sterlinj?, jr, Thos (r Ricliardson, 
Cliarli's Koberts; .siil).slitiitt'.s, James SicKay, ('liarles Ward, Jas I'liillips. 

Steam Fire Engine No 4 — Edward P Leonard, En>j;ineman ; Alex .John- 
stone, Stoker of Engine and IIiiHe-(!art Teamster; Micliaei Finnetian, Engine 
Driver. Ilosemen—.Iolin Hond, Foreman; David A Speiglit, Assistant; Alex 
Duncan, \Vm McLellan, .lolm Coliolan, Wm Miinroe, .Joiin E Kelly, CJeorge 
^[ay;ee ; snl)stitutes, (ieo Kelly, (Jeo (.'hamberlain, Fred Ileans. 

Steam Fire Engine No o— John Montague, Engitieman ; Joseph Carr, 
Stoker of Engine and Ilose-eart Teamster; Arthur Delaney, En;;ine Driver. 
Hosemen— (ieoige Kee, Foremin ; Alex Seott, Assistant ; IFazen 1> Urown, 
Andrew Ramsay, John Diiily, Roht McKay, Kenneth MeKeii/.ie, Michael 
Rea<ly. Thomas Ogler ; substitutes, (ieorge Scott, Thos McMurray, Robert II 
Rubins. 

Steam Fire Engine No — Jas Eemon, Englneman ; ('has W ('hristopher, 
Stoker and Ilose-tiart Teamster; Robt Allan, Engine Driver. Ilosemen -.1 
Alfred Ring, Foreman; Isaac .\mos. .\ssistaut ; John Faweett, E/. -kiel Mc- 
Leod, II Lee, Thos li Johnstoiie, PVed Ring, VVm Harned, Edward Ogler. 
J Wesley Pike; substitutes, Joseph Nealy, Chas Sweet, John Rrown, 

HOOK ANn LADDER COMPANIKS. 

Pioneer No 1— ('has Jackson, F'oreman ; Geo I> Parker, .\ssistant Foreman ; 
Robert II Nicbol, Jeremiah McAdoo, William J Tail, Richard Welsh, John 
Jlamllton, T O'Leary. jr, Wm II Ellis; Jame.s Treunor, Driver; substitutes, 
Henry (ireen, ( reo Diiiilavy. E D Ring. 

No 2 (West End) — W^m Howard, Foreman ; James White Peters, Assistant 
Foreman; Geo Faweett, Thos McLeod, Jas Lord, John P Mc.Vndrews, .James 
Smith; John (Jarvlll, Driver; substitutes, Cii.'us Clark, Ilarrv .McLeod, (ieo 
Pollock. 

No 3 (North End) — Wm (.'ampbell. Foreman; Robt Lee, Assistant Fore- 
man; VVm O'Leary, .John Mclutyre, A F Scott. Joseph (Jarson ; .Matthew 
Kavanaugh, Driver; substitutes, John Edwards, William Kilpatrick, Stephen 
McJunkln. 

Driver of Chief's Wagon and IT and L Driver — Lawrence Mahoney. 

Superintendent of Fire Alarm — .John K ^Vilson. 



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SALVAdK COUl'M AND ItKE FOI.ICK. 

South End— Charles A Cl.iiko, Ciipt'iln ; Clarence IF Lujjtrin, Lietitenant ; 
A II Lindsay, Secretary; (ieor^je (* Lawrence, TreaMirer; J A Fowler, Fore- 
man No 1 District; (i H (Jreeii, Foreman No 2 District; John I Kobinson, 
Foreman No 3 District: Dr VVm Simon, Foremnn No 4 District. 

North End— P N Hamm, Captain ; (icodorham. Lieutenant; 11 (i IFar- 
ris »n, Secretary ; John Chesley, Jr. Treasurer; CJeo II Carvill, Josepli Corkery, 
J R McConnell, District Foremen. 

City of Saint Jolin Fire Aliiriii Teh^^raph. 

.SOUTH KNl). 

No. Locality of Boxes. 



2 No 2 Engine House, King square. ' 

3 No .S Engine House, Union street. 

4 Cor (Jarden and Sewell streets 
') Cor Mill and Union streets. 

ti Cor Mkt Sq.'ind Chipnian's Hill. 

7 Mechanics Institute. ' 

8 Cor Pond and Mill streets. ' 
Foot of Union street (East). 

I'l Cor Peters and Waterloo streets. 
lirCor St Patrick and Union streets. 
14 Cor Brussels and Richmond sts. 
I') Everitt's Foundry, Brussels street. ; 
l(i Cor Brussels and Hanover streets. 

17 Cor Erin and Brunswick streets. 

18 Cor Union and Carmarthen streets. 

19 Cor Courtney and St David streets. 
1*1 Waterloo, opposite Gold ing street. 
-3 Cor Germain and Church streets. , 
'24 Cor Princess and Charlotte streets. ; 
2^) No 1 Engine House, Charlotte st. 
2t) City Hall, cor Prince William and , 

Princess streets. 

NORTH 

121 Stetson's Mill, Tndiantown. 

122 Cor Main and Bridge streets. 

123 Electric Car Shed, Main street. 

124 Cor Adelaide Road and Peel st. 

125 No 5 Engine Hoine, Main street. 

126 Douglas Road, opposite Tapley's. 
132 Hamilton's Mill, Strait Shore. 

134 Rolling Mill, Strait Shore. 

135 Cor Sheriff st and Strait Shore 
142 Cor Camden and Portlaml streets. 

WEST 

112 Engine House, King street. 

113 Cor Ludlow and Water streets. 

114 Cor King st and Market place. 

115 Middle street. Old Fort. 

IK) Cor Union and Winslow sts. i 



No, Locality of Jioxes. 

27 Breeze's Corner, King s(iuare. 
2S Cor Duke and Prince Wm streets. 

31 Cor King and Pitt streets. 

32 (!or Diikf and Sydney str«?et8. 
.34 Cur Wenlworth and Princess sis. 
35 Queen street, between Germain 

and Charlotte. 
30 Cor Queen and Carmarthen sts. 

37 Cor Sydney and St James streets. 

38 Carmarthen, between Duke and 
Orange streets. 

41 Cor St James and Prince Wra sis. 

42 Cor Wentworth and Duke streets. 

43 Cf)r Broad and Carmarthen streets. 
45 Cor Britain and Cliarlotte streets. 
40 Cor Pitt and St James streets. 
47 Sydney st, near E.vhibitlon (iate. 

51 (!ity Road, near Skating Rink. 

52 Pond st, near Fleming's Foumlry. 

53 Exmouth street, near Richmond. 

01 (Jeneral Pnbllc Hospital. 

02 Cotton Mill, Courlenay Bay. 

END. 

143 Main street. Police Station. 
145 Long Wharf. 
154 Paradise Row. 
231 No 4 Engine House, City Koad. 
241 Cor Stanley and Winter streets. 
253 Schofield's Terrace, Wrightstreet. 
312 Rockland rd, of) head Millidge st. 
321 Cor Somerset & High sts, Ft Howe 
412 Cor City Roail and Meadow street. 
421 Marsh Bridge. 

END. 

117 Sand Point Whnrf. 

118 (.'or Queen and Victoria streets. 

119 Cor St .lohn and Watson streets. 

212 Cor Lancaster and St James sts. 

213 Cor Watson and Winslow sts. 



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Oflicc: Kiiij? strot't, Kawt, (adjoining County Jail). 

PoUoc M!ij,'istr!ilt' Iliibcrt .1 Kitcliic: Sittini; Ma^'istrjifos, Ilnti Thomas !; 
,lon«'H iuui (J A Ili'iKltTHoii ; I'olice Cli'ik, (ii'(» A Flcmler.son ; (liiorof I'oliiv. 
W Walker Clark; Assistant CU-rk, ('has McDonahl. 

Sonllu'rii |)ivisl()n — Captain, K W. Jenkins; House Seryoants, John Owen-, 
John Hipwell; Sertreants, (ieo K Baxter, Alex Watson, Henry Kilpatrick : 
Serjeant Sannii'l Wilson, Mavor's uflici' : Aetini,' Ser^^eants, Avard Andersim, 
Hn^h (Jilson; Dcteetive, .John Kin^; Oflieers, Wni Hoyle, Patrick Killcii, 
James Mcl.ant,dilin. James ('amphell. S 1) IFamtn, (Ieo A Karle. (ieoi.;^ 
(Jarnett, Thos Hiircliell, Patrick Walsh, W II Finlay, Charles Amos, Jaim> 
McLarren ; Special Officers, Win Rich Lee. Robert J Wilson, Thos .lohnstoii. 

Sonthern division -Captain, A Hasliiij^s ; Serjijeant, ThomaH ('aples ; Aetiim 
Sergeants, .John J Smith, (reorge Corhett ; Oflieers, Robi-rt Hamilton. .Jaine- 
(ireer, James Covay, John Merrick, James Simpson, James McDonald. 

Western Hivision— Ser^^eant, Jacolt Ross; Oflicer, James H Cioslin. 

HACKNEY CARRIAGES- Districts. 

First hislrict -To comprise all that portion of the city on the easterly side 
of tlie harbor lyin^ to the eastward and southward of a line beginning at the 
sontherly end of the westerly side line of Portland street; thence rnnnini: 
northwardly along said !in(> of said street to the northerly line of Main strci t 
and Paradise row to Wall street ; thence northerly along Wall street to Wint'M 
street; thence eastwardly along Winter street and Celebration street to tm* 
I.e. Railway; thence continning eastwardlv along s;iid railw to (rilberl- 
lane, and thence in a direct line to the Marsh bridge (so callei 

Second Histrict — To comprise all that portion of the (lity .e easteiv.- 

side of the harbor, as aforesaid, lying to the northward of No. 1 district. ;w 
above defmed, and to the sonthward of a line beginning on the <>aslerly side 
of the River St. .lohn, at the month of Spar Cf)ve creek fso called) ; tlienn' 
rimnintr eastwardly np stream and along the said creek and Newman's bro^k 
to the bridge crossing the same at Adelaide street; thence eastwardly to the 
sonthwcstwardly line of Lily lake, where the westerly line of the (Jilb'Tt 
property strikes the stime, and iIkmu'c soiitheastwardly along said (Tilbcrl !'ik' 
to the Marsh bridge, aforesaid. 

Third District To comprise all tiiat part of tlie city (tn the eastern side of 
the harbor and (^f the River St. Jol'n lying to the northward of thesec'ii'l 
district, as hereinbefore delined. 

Fonrth District — To comprise all that portion of the city lying on tii" 
western side of the harbor. 

Rates of Fare. 

The prices or rates of fares to be taken and recovered by and paid to the 
owner, driver, or other person having diarize of any licensed Ffackney Cx- 
riage, shall be as follows, that is to say : For conveying one ))assenger to i'' 
fron) the L C, R. station from or to any part of diUricts Nos. 1 or 2. the sum 
of .SO cents, and for every additional passenger of the same hons.diold the sum 
of 20 cents; other passengers not of the same honsehold. e.ach 30 cents. Ffi 
conveying one passenger to or from any one part of said districts Nos. 1 and 1 
to any other part of llu; same district. cents, and for every other additicnul 
|)assenger of the same honsehold, 20 cents; other passengers not of the same 
honsehold, each 30 i-ents. F'or conveying one j)assena;er from any one part "! 

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districts Xos. 1, 2 or 4 from or to any om; part of an adjoiiiiiii,' districl. 'it*^ 
(t'titH, and for each additional pasm'nKer of tlu' same lionsohold tlu' himu of lt» 
(i-ntM; other paHsfnjrt'rs not of the satn(> hoiiHehohl oO cents, and 'JO ('(Mit-. 
lidditional for each district passed throu;,'h. I'or conveyintf any passenj^er or 
piissen^ers to and from district Xo. !{ the rate of fire shall he settled hy ajjri e- 
iiient of the paities. When detained at any place hy any passenj^er there 
-hall be an additional fate of .")() cents for every half-honr detention. When 
a.irreement for hire is made hy the honr, the fare siiall he the sum of '^\ for 
each honr. and in that proportion for eai-h division hy the tpiarter of the 
hour. In case any driver shall he recniiied to cross the ferry of the harl)or to 
ur from Carleton, he shall, in addition to the !il)ovo fare, receive tiie ferriaj^e 
clijirges for himself, his carria;jfe and horses, hoth goiny and retiirninjif. fc^very 
owner, driver, or person having cliarge of any hat^kney carriage, shall, wheii 
requested so to do, carry with each passenger one trnnk, and also an a<ldi- 
(ional valise, carpet-hag, i)ortmanteaii, hnndle, basket, or other article used in 
travelling, withont charge or compensation therefor; and for every additioiiiil 
trunk or other article more thiui is hereinbefore provided, he shall be entitled 
to demand and receive the sum of r> cents. 

CartajJT*' Districts. 

For tiie purpose of regulating the price of cartage within that part of the 
city of St. John on the e.islerly side of the harbor, such part of the city shall 
tic divided into ten districts, as folhtws: 

First District — To comprise all that part of the city boimded by a line be- 
i:iiining at a point on the southerly b uiidary of the groumls of the 1. ('. 1\. 
where it strikes the water; thence ea-^twanlly along the said southerly bound- 
ary to the easterly side of Mill street; thence continuing enstwardly along^ 
I'ond street to a point KlO feet eastwardly of the easterlv line of (Jeorge street : 
thence southwardly par.allel to (Jeorne street to the northerly line of I'nioii 
street; thence castwanlly to a prohmgation of the e.isterly line of Prince 
William street; thence soiuherly along said prolongation and said line to the 
•southerly line of (^ueen street; thence westwardly along a proloni,Mtion ot"" 
said line to the harbor; thence northerly along the harbor front to the place 
of beginning. 

Second District — To comprise all that i>art outside of the first district, 
botmded by a line beginning on the northerlv side of I'oud street at the east- 
erly botindary of the first district ; thence eastwardly along the said northerly 
line of Sewell street ; thence continuing eastwardly along the northwardly line 
of Sewell street to the easterly line of Peel street; thence southerly along said 
easterly line to the northerly line of Carleton street ; thence eastwardly along 
said northerly line to the easterly line of ('oburg street ; thence southwardly 
along the easterly line of Cobiu-g and C'harlotte streets to the sotitherly line of 
Queen street; tlience westwardly along said line of (^uecn street to the 
lioundary of the first district. 

Third District — To comprise all that part outside of the second disliirt 
liounded by a line beginning on the southwesterly corner of the Long whart 
(so called)'; thence along the westerly line of the said wharf northerly to the 
northerly side of Main street; thence eastwardly along the northerly line oi' 
Main street and Paradise row to the easterly line of Wall street; thence 
southwardly along said easterly line to the easterly line of Dorchester street : 
llience southwardly along said easterly line to the northerly line ()i' H.-./.en 
street; thence eastwardly along said northerly line to the easterly end of 

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Oarden street ; thence southwardly alone: said easterly line to the northerlr 
line of F'addock street; thenoe eastwardly along said northerly line to tlic 
easterly line of Waterloo street; thence southwardly along said easterly lim- 
and the easterly line of Sydney street to the southerly line of St. James street : 
thence westwardly along said line to the easterly line of the Reed's P )in! 
wharf property ; thence northwardly along said property line to the water, 
and thence westwardly and northwardly along the harbor front to the bound- 
ary line of the first district. 

Fourth District — To cnmj)rise all that part outside of the third district, 
bounded by a line beginning at the water's edge on a southerly prolongation 
of the westerly side of^ Acadia street; thence northwardly along said westerly 
side of Acadia street and a prolongation thereof to the southerly side of Rock- 
land street; thence eastwardlv along said southerly line to the northerly line 
of Moore street ; thence continuing eastwardly along the said northerly line 
of Moore street and a prolongation thereof to the easterly side of Millidifc 
street; thence still continuing eastwardly on a line ]>arallel to Paradise row, 
at a distance of 150 feet therefrom lo the northerly side line of the street 
running from Harris street to Wall street; thence along^ said northerly line 
to the northerly side line of Wall street; then along said side line of Wall 
street to the northerly side of Winter street ; thence easterly along said nort' - 
erly line to the easterly line of F'actory street ; thence along said easterly lii i' 
to the I. C. R.; thence easterly along said railway to the northerly side i|' 
Stanley street ; thence southerly along the said side line to the southerly liiu' 
of City roail ; thence to the southeasterly side of Blair street; then along said 
line of said street to the easterly line of Rock street; thence southerly aloni; 
said line to the Ilazen line; thence eastwardly at right angles along said 
Hazen line to the northerly end of Mazen street; thence M'estwardly along the 
i.ortheasterly side of Hazen street to the northerly side of Coburg street; 
thence southwardly along said line to the northerly line of Cliff street ; thence 
eastwardly along said line to the easterly line of Waterloo street; thence 
northerly along said line to the northerly line of Richmond street; thence 
«astwardly along said line to the easterly line of Brussels street; thencf 
southerly along, said side line and the easterly line of Carmarthen street to 
the southerly line of Broad street; thence westwardly along said line anil a 
l)rolongation thereof to the water's edge; thence continuing westwardly along 
the water front to the boundary of the third district. 

Fifth District — To comprise all that part outside of the fourth district, 
bounded by a line beginning at the water's edge at a prolongation of the east- 
erly line of Simonds street ; thence northerly along said line to the northerly 
line of Main street; thence eastwardly along said line and the northerly lint' 
of Rockland road to the northerly line of Burpee avenue ; thence northeasterly 
U) a prolongation of St. Paul street ; thence northeasterly to the northerly end 
of Spring street; thence to northerly end of Summer street; thence on u 
prolongation of line last mentioned to a pndongation.of the easterly line ni' 
Stanley street ; thence southwardly along said line to I. C. K.; thence easterly 
along said line to northerly line of Clyde street; thence southerly along \\\<' 
t«aid line to the easterly line of the City road; thence southeasterly along tlu' 
said line to the southern boundary of the Public Hospital grounds; thence 
southerly along said boundary to the easterly line of Waterloo street ; thence 
TiOrtherly along the said line to Middle street (so called) ; thence easterly 
along the northerly line of Middle street to the easterly line of Brussels street : 
ihence southerly along said line to the northerly line of Clarence street ; 

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thence eastwardly along said line to the easterly line of Erin street; thence 
southwardly along said line and the easterly line of St. Patrick and Went- 
worth streets to the southerly line of Sheflield street; thence westwardly along 
•;aid line to the»westerly line of Charlotte street extension. 

Sixth District— To comprise all that part outside of the fifth district, 
hounded by a line beginning at the southerly end of a prolongation of the 
westerly line of Harrison street; then(;e norihvvurdly along said line to the 
northerly line of Main street; thence along said line westwardly to the west- 
wardly line of St. Luke's church property ; thence northwardly along said 
property line and a prolongation thereof to a prolongntion of the northerly 
line of Elm street ; thence eastwardly along said prolongation and said li'ie t'a 
the westerly boundary of the fifth district, and thence southwardly by snid 
boundary to the water's edge. Also that portion outside of the fifth district 
bounded by a line beginning on the southwesterly corner of Erin and Clarence 
streets; thence eastwardly along the northerly side line of Clarence street to 
the easterly line of Albion street; thence southerly alor.g said line and the 
easterly line of St. David and Pitt streets to the southerly line of Sheffield 
street; thence westwardly along said line to the easterly boundary of the fifth 
district. 

Seventh District — To comprise all that part outside of the sixth district, 
bounded by a line beginning on the shore of the Kiver St. John at a point 
where a prolongation eastwardly of the northerly line of the Ililyard property 
on Douglas avenue wtrikes the same; thence westwardly along the said pro- 
longation and the ss id Hilyard line to Douglas avenue aforesaid ; thence con- 
tinuing westwardiv along a westerly prolongation of said Ililyard line to the 
water's edge at Marble Co' ; then;'e northerly along said water's edge to the 
westerly line of Harvey st.. t ; thence northerly along said line to the north- 
erly line of Main street; th. ^e crossing said street northerly along the west- 
erly line of Elgin street to the northerly line of Metcalf street ; thence easterly 
along said line to Adelaide street ; thence crossing the same eastwardly along 
the northerly line of Elm street to the boundary of the sixth district. Also 
all part outside of the sixth district bounded by a line beginning at the 
nortlierly corner of Stanley and Celebration streets ; thence easterly along 
tilt.' northerly line of Celebration street to the I. C. K^ and continuing along 
Slid line of railway to Gilbert's lane; thence southwardly to the easterly line 
ot Marsh street ; thence southwardly along said line and a prolongation thereof 
to the branch line running to the deep-water terminus, and thence continuing 
southerly along said branch to the easterly end of Sheflield street ; thence 
Miiitherly. westerly and northerly along the water's edge to the boundary of 
ilie sixth district on Charlotte street extension. 

Kiglith District — To comprise iUl that part outside of the seventh district, 
tiounded by a line beginning at ;: point on the line of the Kiver St John 800 
t'ct't southwesterly from where a southeasterly prolongation of the southwesterly 
line of Bcntley street strikes ihe said shore; thence northwardly parallel to 
lifiitlcy street till it strikes the shore of Marble Cove. Also all tliat part out- 
siiic the seventh district bounded by a line beginning on the shore of Marble 
(ovc at the point where the westerly line of Cedar street strik':s ihe same; 
llivnce northerly silong f^aid lino to the northerly line of Main street; thence 
cii^iwardly along said line to the westerly line of Albert street; thence north- 
til \ along said line to the northerly line of ^'ewnnin street; thence easterly 
iiiong said line to Adelaide street; thence continuing eastwardly, crossing 
t'aid street to the corner of Parks street and Mount Pleasant avenue ; thence 



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still continuing eastwardly along the northerly side of Mount Pleasant avenue 
to a prolongation northerly of the easterly line of Gooderich street; thenie 
southerly along said prolongation to and along the easterly line of Gooderich 
vtreet to the northerly line of .Seely street; thence easterly along the line lasi 
mentioned and a prolongation thereof to the northerly line of Gilbert's lane ; 
thence southwardly to the easterly line of the fourth street from the Marsh 
•creek ; thence southerly along said line and crossing the Marsh and old Wc' *- 
niorland roads to the westerly line of Trinity church burying grou ' .unl 
thence due south to the easterly boundary of the city. 

Ninth District— To comprise all that part outside of the eighth ut. 

bounded by the River St. John, ihe division line oJ Stanley ward, and the 
easterly boundary of the city. 

Tenth District — To comprise all Stanley ward. 

Tjible of Rates of Cartage in tlie City of St. John. 



districts. 



ARTICLES AND WEIGHT. 



1st.', 2d. I Hd. ;4th.!5th. 6tli. 7th. 8th. 



.$ c.!* c. $ c. $ c. 8 c. $ c. $ C.9 c. 



For a load of wood (quarter of a cord), ' 16' 

For a load of coals (half a chaldron), 2o' 

For a load containing Viitit Itis. of grain, salt, pota- j 
toes, or any otb<'r articles measured at loading 
or unloading, except coals, 17! 

For a pipe of wine, gin, or brandy, and housing I 
within the door of the first Hoor (501 

For a puncheon of ruui, or a tii'rce of sugar, from | 

7 to lOcwt., and housing ,'joi 

For a puncheon of molasses, a hogshead of sugar, 
of 10 cwt. or upwards, or a hhd. of toliaeeo and 
housing, 40 

For a hogshead or puncheon of eider, or a load of 
dried fish of 15 cwt., and storing, 25 

For a load of shingles, hooj poles, heading, staves, 
treenails, smoked fish in boxes, salmon in kits, 
dry goods, or load of any other article not herein 
mentionod, or a hogshead of linu', or a lu)gsljead 
or crate of earthenware, or two tierces of earth- 
enware, a hogshead of dried fish, two tierces of 
coffee, or quantity in hags not exceeding 12 cwt., 
or a load containing six bags of salt, sav about 
i:WO lbs, or a load containing six barrels tiour, 
•or five barrels of sugai", fish, beef, pork, turpen- 
tine, or cider, or halt a ton of iron, or the snnu.' 
quantity of cordage in eoil, not exceeding 4 
ewt., or a load of any article not lierein men- 
tioned, 

For a ()4 gallon cask of wine, rum, gin, brandy, 
molasses, or porter, or for a load of sand, grav("l, 
or stones, or a load of 4 barrels ol any sjjiritu- 
ous liquor or molasses, 

For cables and cordage, in coils above a cwt., or 
if to coil, per ton, <ir if lor hay, loose, i)er ton,... 1 

For hav, screwed, per ton, ." 

For bricks, per thousand, 

For lumber, i)ertbousand feet, 

For the carriage of any article or articles not ex- 
ceeding half a load,... 



18 

28 



20; 

63' 

I 

i 
I 

28 i 



20 
30: 



22 
65 
:io 

45 
30 



23' 
33 i 



25, 
68! 

37: 

I 

! 

48 
33; 



25 
.35 



28 
37 



30 33 
40| 45 



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28 30 33 

70 73! 75 
40. 42I 45 



35 
78 
47 



.50 531 65; 58: 

11 

35| 38 40 43! 



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20 23 25 28 30 .33 35 38 4:i 

00 1 05 1 10 1 15 1 20 1 25 1 30 1 .35 1 U> 

50 54 57 60 64 67 70 7-3 7S 

80 85, 90 9.-) I 00 1 05 1 10 1 15 I Jn 

60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 1 nn 

10 1.3 15 18 20 23 25 28' :i:: 



All cartage ia the Tenth District is to he paid according to agreement, no rates 

being fi.ted. 

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rates 



rREET. 



JOB PRINTING ARTISTICALLY EXECUTED AT J. & A. McHILLAN'S. 

For household furniture, without reference to districts, loading and housing : 
One horse load, 75 cents; more than one horse, $1. 

When agreement is bv the hour: Single team, 50 cents; double teams, $1. 

Fi.r Pony Carls, P^xpress Carts and Express Wagons, and housing: 

DISTRICTS. 

1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4ih. 5th. 6th. 7th. 8th. 9th. 
10c. 12c. 14c. 16c. 18c. 20c. 22c. 24c. 30c. 

10th — By agreement. 

For Hand-Carts and Porters, and housing : 

Ist. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. 5th. 6th. 7th. 8th. 9th. 
10c. lie. 12e. 13c. 14c. 15c. 16c. 17c. 25c. 

10th — By agreement. 

Table of Rates of Cartage for Carletoii. 

The rates of prices of cartage for loading, carrying, or unloading (and 
housing, in certain cases), of goods, wares, merchandise, wood, and other 
articles, on the westerly side of the harbor, from any place within the limits 
of the First District, there to any place within the said several Districts, shall 
be as follows: 

districts. 

ARTICLKS AND WEKiHT. ' 1st.; 2d. 3d. ; 4th. 5th. | 0tb. i 7th. 

,* C.;« e. « c.i C,'8 C.jS C. « C. 

For a load of wood (quarter of a cord), M 15 18; 20 23 25; 28 

lor a loati of coals (half a chaldron), 25; 28 SOj 33 35; 37. 40 

For a load ontaining 1~> bushels of grain, salt, potatoes, i I ' i j 

or any ulii't-artieles measured at loading or unloadiiii', , i | t 

except coal , 17 20 22| 25 28 30! 33 

For a pipe of wim, giu,or brandy, and housing within -I 

the door of the first floor f>0 03 65; 68 70, 73 75 

Z-or a puncheon of rum, or a tierce of sufar, from 7 to 10 i | , ! 

cwt., and housing 30 33 35' 38 40 42; 45 

For a puncheon of molasses, a hogshead of sugar, of 10 | i 1 

cwt. or upwards, or a hogshead of tobacco, and housing, 40 43 4"i 48 50 53 55 
For a hogshead or puncheon of cider, or a load of dried 
tish, i)f 15 cwt., or a common load of household goods, ; 

and storing 25 28 30, 33 3.'>, 38^ 40 

For a load ot shingles, hoop poU-s, staves, heading, tree- ! ' I 

nails, smoked tish in boxes, salmon in kits, dry goods, or | i 

two half-hogsheads lime, or a hogshead or crate of earth- ' ! i 

f iiware, or two tierces of earthenware, a hogsht>ad of ■ i j 

■iried fish, or two tierces cotlce. or quantity in bags not ' , 

• xceeding 12 cwt.. or a load containing C barrels Hour, | 

or 5 bbls. sugar, fish, beef, pork, tar, pitch, turpentine, : ■ j 

'ir cider, or hall a ton of iron, or the same ([uantily of i ' ' 

lordage in coils, not exceeding 4 cwt., or a load of any 

"iher articles not herein mentioned, 15 18 20 23 2.') 28, 30 

K(ir a 64 gallon cask of wine, rum, brandy, gill, molasses, ■ I i 

or porter, or for a load of sand, gravel, or atones or a • 

load ol 4 liarrels of any spirituous li(|uors, or molasses,.. 20 2:1 25 28 30 33 36 
For cables and cordage,' in eoil> above 4 cwt., or if to coil, 

per tim, or if for hay, loose, pi-r ton, 1 00 1 or, 1 10 1 15 1 '20 1 2.=) 1 30 

For hay, sd-ewed, v>er ton, 50 M 57 60 64 67 70 

For bricks, per thousand, 80 85 90 05 I 00 1 OoU 10 

lor lumber, per thousand feet, 60 O.") 70 75 80 85 90 

I'nr tlic cartage of any article or articles not exceeding , 

h.ilfaload,.. K' l^f '"i IS 20, 23 25 

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For Hand-Cartinen and Porters for loading and carrying any articles o!v 
any hand-cart, and housing according to the following scale: For the Ist 
District, 5 cents; 2nd District, G cents; 3rd District, 7 cents; 4th District, 
8 cents; 5th District, 9 cents; 6th District, 10 cents; 7tl- District, 11 cents. 

For the cartage or carriage of any of the before mentioned articles from 
one place to another within the same district, the rates af cartage shall be the 
same as are hereinbefore provided for the first district above mentioned, and 
for the cartage or carriage of any of the said articles from any one district U* 
another district next adjoining, the rates or prices of cartage shall be the sanu« 
as are hereinbefore provided for the second district ; and for the cartage oi 
carriage of any of the said articles from any one district to another not next 
adjoining, tlie rates or prices shall be the same as are hereinbefore provided 
for the third, fourtii, fifth, sixtii, seventh, eighth or ninth districts respectively ; 
that is to say, if one district intervenes, the rates or prices for the third; if 
two, the rates or prices for the fourth ; if three, the rates or prices for the 
fifth ; if four, the rates or prices for the sixth ; if five, the rates or prices for 
the seventh; if six, the rates or prices for ti»e eighth; if seventh, the rates or 
prices for the eighth ; if eight, the rates ar prices for the ninth. 

CARLETON DISTRICTS. 

The First District to comprise all that part of Carleton lying north of 
Rodney street and »vest of Market place. 

The Second District to comprise that space lying beyond the First District 
northward of Rodney street, extending west to Ludlow street. 

The Third District to comprise the space lying beyond the Second District 
northward of Rodney street, extending west to Watson street. 

The Fourth District to comprise the space lying beyond the Third District 
northward of Rodney street, extending west to the City line. 

The Fifth District te comprise the space lying south of Rodney street, and 
eiist of Germain street. 

The Sixth District to comprise the space lying beyond the Fifth District 
and beyond the south line of Rodney street, and extending west to Ludlow 
street, and to the north side of Germain street. 

The seventh District to comprise all the space lying beyond the Sixtl' 
District. 

Board of School Triisteos for St. Jolin. 

Arthur I Trueman, Chairman; R G Haley, W D Buskin, M Coll. I) N 
Kase, Thomas (Jorman, C H Lockhart. W C Rudman Allan, W W White, M n, 
Robert Maxwell, Mrs R C Skinner, Mrs James Dever; H S Bridges, DC i.. 
Superintendent; Edward Manning, Secretary. 

Pilot Coniiiiissioiiors. 

H D Troop, Chairman ; Charles McLauchlan, jr, R C Elkin, Y, Lantaluin. 
Capt W^m Thomas, J WiUard Smith, .James Knox. J U Thomas, Secretarv. 

I'ilots Thomas Trainor, Edward J Fletcher, .Joseph Doherty, John L < 
Sherrard, Thomas J Stone, James Doyle, Henry Spears, John Thomas, John 
Sproul, Richard Scott, Patrick ("onl'ii, James lieed, jr, John Spears, CharU^ 
Daly, Win Lahey, Martin Spears, Richard Cline, James McPartland, Jann'> 
Bennet, James S Spears, Jatnes I'] Mantle, Wm Miller, Win Quinn, All'ml 
Cline, I^artholomew Rogers, Wm Scott, Robert Thomas, P G Doody, Franci- 
Lahey; John McAnulty for Mus(]nash. 



J. & A. McMillan supply the British empire map of the world. 



JOHN. 

icles o!s 
the 1st 
District, 
cents, 
les from 
1 be tlic 
ned, and 
istrict to 
he same 
irtage oi 
not next 
provided 
ectively ; 
third; if 
I for the 
)rices for 
! rates or 



north of 

, District 

District 

District 

reet, and 

District 
) Ludlow 

he Sixtl.. 



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Secretary, 
fohn L < 
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s, Charles 
nd, .Janu>> 
in, Alfnil 
V. Franci- 



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jr& A. McKILLAN PUBLISH LOGGIE'S HAP OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Rates of Pilotajje. 

Office of Pilot Commissioners, District of St. John, N. B., April 7, 1S86. 

By-Laux to amend the Pilotage By-Laws of 1875, arid the liy-Ijawx amendin;/ 

the same. 

In the place of Sections 11 and 12 of the By-Laws, and By-Laws amending 
the same, all of which are hereby cancelled, substitute the followiii<i: 

Rates of Pilotage for all Sailing Vessels entering and leaving the Port d 
St. John, N. B. 

Inwards — First District, from Partridge Island to Musquash Head, heariii',; 
NW, per foot draft of water, $1.5U. 

Second District — F'rom Musquash Head to Point Lepreaux, NW, per foot 
draft of water, $1.75. 

Third District shall be from the outside limit of the Second District to a 
bound ranging from the North Head of (irand Manan to Liberty Point, bear- 
ing NW by W, Nortli Channel; and from Machias Seal Island to Cape Sable 
Seal Island, bearing SSE, South Channel, per foot draft of water, .'j^'J.'J.'). 

Outwards — From the harbor of the Port of St. John, N. B., to outside of 
Partridge Island, per foot draft of water, i*<1.25. 

Down the Bay of Fundy, when retpiired, shall be two dollars (!?2) per foot 
draft of water, over and above the one dollar and twenty-live cents (.'{il.2') 
harbor pilotage outwards. 

Transportiiui — If any Pilot shall be employed in the removal of any ship <ir 
vessel within the Port or Harbor of .St. John from any mooring ground to any 
wharf, or from any wharf to any mooring ground, or from one wharf to another 
wharf, and such Pilot shall see said vessel properly secured and moored, he 
shall be entitled to demand and receive for such service as follows : Provided 
always, that if, on the arrival of any ship or vessel into the haibor of St. John, 
circumstances prevent such ship or vessel from being placed on the mooring 
ground or at the berth .intended by ihc master, owner or consignee of such 
slu{) or vessel, it shall be the duty of the Pilot piloting such ship or ves-;el 
inward to pilot the same when being removed to such mooring <;round or 
nerth, if such removal takes place within twenty-four hours at'ter the arrival 
of such ship or vessel, as aforesaid, without any extra charge for the same. 

For vessels not over 100 tons v^l 50 

Over 100 tons, and not exceeding 200 tons 2 00 

" 200 " " " 300 " :i 00 

" 300 " " " 400 " 4 00 

And 25 cents additional for every fifty tons such vessels may measure over 
4U0 tons. 

All steamers not otiierwise exempt by the Pilotage Acts shall pay the fol- 
luwing rates i)f i)ilotage for entering and leaving the port of St. John: 

Inward — First District, from Partridge Island to .\lus(inash Head, hearinu 
NW, per foot draft of water, !f2. 

Second District, from Muscjuash Head to Point Lepreaux, .\W. [>er foot 
draft of water, ^2.50. 

Third District shall be from the outside limit of the Second District to a 
tiound ranging from the North Head of CJrand Manan to Liherty Point, bear- 
ing NW i)y W, North Channel; and from Machias Seal Island to Cape Sable 
Seal Island, bearing SSE, South Channel, per foot draft of water, $3. 

ALL BRANCHES OF BOOK-BINDING AT HcMHiLAN'S, ST. JOHN, N. B. 

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WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONART supplied by J. & A. HcHILLAN. 

Ouhoanl — From the luirbor of the Port of 8t. John, N. B., to the outside of 
Partridge Island, per foot draft of water, $1.75. 

Down tlie Hay of Fundy, when required, sliall be two dollars and seventy- 
Hve cents {if!2.7o) |)er foot draft of water, over and above the one dollar and 
seventy-live cents (!{il.75) harbor pilotage outwards. 

Tramporlimj — If any j)ilot shall be employed in the removal of any steamer 
within the port or harbor of St. John, from any mooring ground to any wharf, 
or from any wharf to any mooring ground, or from one wharf to another 
wharf, and such pilot shall see the said steamer properly secured and moored, 
he shall be entitled to demand and receive for such services as follows: Pro- 
vided always, that if on the arrival of any steamer into the harbor of St. John, 
circumstances prevent such steamer from being placed on the mooring ground 
or at the berth intended by the master, owner or consignee of such steamer, it 
shall be the duty of the pilot piloting such stea.iier inwards to pilot the same 
when being removed to such mooring ground or berth, if such removal takes 
|)lace within twenty-four hours after the arrival of such steamer as aforesaid, 
li'ithont extra charge for the same. 

For all steamers not exceeding 100 tons ....$2 00 

Over 100 tons, and not exceeding 200 tons 2 50 

" 200 " " " 300 " 3 75 

" 300 " " " 400 " 5 00 

And thirty cents additional for every fifty tons such steamer shall measure 
over 400 tons. 

It being understood if a steamer drop two anchors in the harbor on arrival 
slje is considered moored, and anv removal is a transportation. 

(Signed) J. U. THOMAS, Secretary. 

Privy Council, Ottawa, 9th June, 1886. 

1 hereby cert'fv thai the foregoing By-Laws of the Pilotage Commissioners 
for the District of St. John, Province of New Brunswick, amending the 
Pilotage By-Laws of 1875, and the By-Laws amending the same, have been 
approved by His Excellency the Governor-General-in-Council on this, the 9th 
day of June, 1886. " JOHN J. McGEE, 

Clerk Privy Council. 
Harbor Master's Fees. 

For every vessel (^except steamers) plying between St. Jo*in and Digby in 

Nova Scotia and ports in the Bay of Fundy to the eastward of the entrance ol' 

the harbor, and woodboats and river craft : 

For vessels of 80 tons, and under .50 tons $ 50 

" .W " " 75 " 75 

" 75 " " 100 " I 00 

" lOit '• " 150 " 1 25 

" leO " •' 200 " 1 50 

«' 200 " " '.m " 2 GO 

" 300 " " 400 '• 2 50 

" 400 " " 500 " 3 00 

" 500 " " 550 " 3 50 

Aud 25 cents for every 5U tons such vessel may measure over 500 tons. 

Provided, however, that for all decked vessels under the burthen of lun 

tons, owned and registered in this port, and for all vessels under th.at tonnaiif, 

owned or registered elsewhere, when trading within the Bay of Fundy, "t 

trading and arriving from ports to the northward of Cape Cod, west of ("api' 

Canso, or from any port in Nova Scotia, there may be paid to the Harbor 

SCHOOL REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK. J. & A. HcMILLAN, ST. JOHN. 



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event y- 
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ST. JOHK. 



Railroad and Steamboat Printing a Special Featnre at J. & A. McMILLAM'S. 

Miister, in lieu of the several sums of money mentioned in tlie scale aforesaid, 

an annual sum, according to the following scale, viz: 

For vessels under 8(i tons .' $ 7.5 

'* of 3(» tons, and under .50 toDh 1 oo 

" " .50 " " 75 " ....; 1 .50 

" " 75 " " 100 " 2 (10 

in case the master or owner shall elect to make such annual payment on the 
tirst arrival of any such vessel in the said harbor after the 31st day of March 
in each year, and at the time of making such election shall also pay the same 
tt> the Harlior Master. 

Anchorage. 

For all decked vessels, not being ships of war or transports, or other vessels 
♦"mployed in the transportation of troops or munitions of war. or otherwise 
exclusively for the time being in the employment of Her Majesty's Govern- 
ment; and except steamers plying between this port and the port of Digby in 
Nova Scotia, and ports in the Bay of Fundy to the eastward of the entrance 
to this harbor, which shall arrive, come, or be brought into this harbor of St. 
John, there shall be paid on demand by tlie owner, master, agent, consignee, 
or person in charge of such vessels, respectively, to the use of the city corpor- 
ation of St. John, as a duty of anchorage for each and every time such vessel 
may so arrive, come, or be brought, whether such vessel shall anchor or not, 
according to the following scale, that is to say : 

For vessels not exceeding 5i) tons S 75 

For vessels of 50'toiis, and under 100 tons 1 00 



100 
1.50 
•MS 
250 



l,Mi 
200 
250 
HOO 



1 25 
1 50 

1 75 

2 00 



And 25 cents lor each 50 tons additional. 

Rates of Top Wharfage. 

.Anchors and Chains of all kinds, per ton of 2,240 Jb.s, 

Alt and Heer, per hogshead, each, 

" l>arrel, each, 

" hall-barrel, each, 

barrels of Raisins, FMtch, Tar, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Whiting, 

Heans, Peas and Barley, each, 

barrels of Flour, Bread, Meal, Oui(>n!>, Apples and Potatoes, each, ... 

Half-barrels of the same, eael 

I'iikins and Kegs of all kinds, weighing 2« lbs, and over, uji to 50 

lbs, each, 

Weighing under 28 lbs, each, 

Hallast, per ton of 2,240 n.s 

Hriiks, per thousand, 

• oaN of all kinds, per ton of 2,240 lbs, 

• rates. Casks and Cases of (ila.ss ami ICarthenware, per ton of 40 

cubic feet, each, 

Harrels of same, eaih, 

Carriages and ' oaches, each, 

< arboys, each, 

(lay and Chalk, per ton of 2,240 lb> 

<'attle, viz., Bulls, Oxen and Cows, each, 

" Heifers. Calves, >he('p and Lambs, each, 

< iitree, Cocoanuts, Walnuts, and other kinds of Nuts and Filberts, 

in bags, each Itag, 

1 ish, dry, p';r quintal, 

pe'r hogshead, each, 

per tierce, each, 

Smoked Herring, pci box, 

("lass, in boxe-i of 100 IVct, each, 

" smaller packages, each 



twenty-five cents, 
seven cents, 
three cents, 
two cents. 

three cents, 
one cent 
one-half cent. 

one-half cent, 
one-quarter cent, 
ten cents, 
twenty cents. 
fi\e cents. 

ten cents. 
one cent, 
ten cents. 
one cent, 
ten cents, 
ten cents, 
two cents. 

one cent, 
one cent. 
ti'U ccnt.-i. 
live cents, 
one-iiuarter cent, 
one cent, 
one-half cent. 



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<irains and Roots of all kinds, per 100 bushels, 

llorst't, Marcs and (it'ldinns, c'lich, 

Hay, screwed, per ton of 2,(100 lt(s, 

" unsfrewt'd, [)er ton ol 2,<i()'t lbs, 

Hides, fjreen, each, 

" dry, " 

" in hales, each hale, 

Hollow Cast Iron Wari', Terra ditta and Iron I'ipintf, and Loose 

Stove Castings, jicr ton, 

Hampers, t^ach, 

Lime, per hoKsliead, 

" liair.l. 

Lurnhcrofall i.mds, per tiiousand superficial feet, 

Laih-i, pci thi)U>and, 

J^iquors and l.i(iuids, per pipe each, 

" " iuigshead, each, 

" •• (|uarter-cask, each 

Minerals of all kinds. Coals excoi)ted, not manufactured, per ton of 

'2,210 tt)S, 

Jdola8s<>s iin<l Melado, per hopHhead, each, 

•' •' puncheon, " 

" " tierce, " 

Imrrcl, " 

Oil, I'arafine, IJenzine and Kerosene, per harrel, each, 

Raisins, in t)oxes, per box, 

" half-boxes, per box, 

" (iiiartcr-boxes, per box, 

.Sngur, per hogshead, each, 

" tierce, " 

" barrel, " 

Salt, in sacks, eadi, 

" in half-sacks, each, 

'■ loose, and Kock Salt, )ier ton of 2,2-10 ths, 

Stoneware, Crocks, Demijohns, each 

Slate, per ton of 2,240 H)s, 

Stone of all kinds, per cubic ton, 

Sand, per ton, 

Shin^;les, per thousand, 

Railway Iron, Iron in l)ars, bolts, sheets, plates, nails, spikos 

pigs, per ton of 2,2-K) ft)s, 

Tea, in lioxes, each, 

'• halt-boxes, each, 

" smaller packages, each, 

Timber of all kinds, undressed, per cubic ton 

Wagons, Huggie.f, <iigs and ottu'r \'ehi(;lcs, each, 

Wood, Lath and Fire Wood, per ci>r(l, 

/ine, in sheets, liars, blocks, nails and spikis, per ton, 

All empty packages to pay lialf tlie latc offiill piu:l 
wares and tiiercliandise not Jiereiiiltcifore cniiiiieratcd ; 
rate of twenty cents per ton, weight or iiieasuremcn!, ; 
leetor, lessee or pi-(){>riet()rs ottlie wharf win ret)!! tlif ; 

liiitcs ol* Wliarlagc. 

For every Decked Vessel of — 

40 tons or under, S ;>() 220 tons or 

40 " ■• "lO, :ir) 2)0 ■' 



thirty cents, 
ten cents. 
twenty cents, 
thirty cents, 
one-half cent, 
one-half cent, 
ten cents. 

twenty-five cents. 

one cent. 

rtv(! cents. 

two and one-half cent.* 

ten cents. 

two cents. 

ten e('nts. 

.seven cent>. 

three cents. 

ten cents. 
, seveti cents. 
, seven cents. 

live cents. 
. two cents. 
. four cents. 
, one cent. 
. on(>-half cent. 
, one-iiuarter cent. 

ten cents. 

seven ceiit.s. 
, three cents. 
. one cent. 
. one-half cent. 

ten cents 

(iiH'-(|uiirler cent. 
. ten <'ents. 

1 1 V eeilts. 

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60 
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80 

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120 
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80, 

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120, 

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180, 

200, 

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:!so, 

400. 
150, 

.500, 



5 cents for each additional .50 tons. 



J. & A. MCMILLAN PUBLISH MCMILLAN'S MAP OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



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COUNTY OF SUNBURY. 



Sh irclown — Oromncto. 

Judge of tlie County Court — Hon Jnnus Stead man ; Clerk, (has K IhitVy. 

Commis»i(»nerK of Parish Court— Cecil F McLean, I'urton ; W H Harrison, 
^heflield; VV II Stecves, Lincoln; Thos L Alexander, (Uadstonc ; J K Miller, 
•■r. Northfield ; James S Raymond, Maugerville. 

Clerk of the Circuits— Chas E DuHy. 

High Slierirt'— James Holden. 

Clerk of the Peace -Chas E DuHy. 

Judge of Probate— Georye L I>rown. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills and of Probates— Emma E Estabrooks; J D 
Macpherson, Deputy. 

Issuer of Marriage Licenses — Moses H Coburn. 

Registrar of Births, Deaths and .\Iarriages — Emma E Estabrooks. 

Commissioners for taking Aflidavits and Hail — Moses H Coburn, Sheffield ; 
Charles J Hailey, Fredericton Junction; James S White, Oromocto ; Charles 
J Burpee, Sheffield. 

Vendor of Law and Probate Stamps -L McLean. 

Coroners — Gehardus Clowes. Moses II Coburn, John R Seelv. Ilenrv Rees, 
Albert Ferguson, II B Mitchell, Thomas P Taylor, David VV Hartt, Thomas 
H Kelly, (leo A Perley, (ieo F firass and Henry Webb. 

Auctioneers — Hon Archibald Harrison, (ieo .\ PerU'y and James S White. 

Labor Act Conunissioners — Newton Burpee, Sheffield ; Jas Fowler, Robert 
Harper, F E Biddiscombe, jr, Northfield; John Miles, Maugerville; Robert 
Hughes, Lincoln and liurton ; Chas Tracey, (iladstonc ; James Tracey, Brown 
Kiiige Road. 

Commissioners Free Grants Crown Lands — Fred Duplissy, Blissville; John 
Keid, Peltoma. 

Time of holding Circuit Court— Second Tuesday in May and third Tuet^day 
in (October. 

Time for holding Coiinty Courts — First Tuesday in March, third Tuesday 
1) June, and on the Wednesday ne.xt after the second Tuesday in (October. 

Hoards of Health, see page llii. (iame Wardens, see page 119. 

Coiiiity roiiiicil. 

Secretary-Treasurer — James S White. 
Blissville— Wellington Y Hoyt and Ford C Taylor. 
Burton — (Jeorge Armstrong and Fred Babbitt. 
( Gladstone — Wesley D Nason and Jeremiah Tracey. 
Lincoln — Abner Smith and Lewis II Bliss. 
Maugerville — (ieorge F Banks and (ieorge A Perley. 
Northfield — James Powers and William Egers. 
Sheflield— Tliomas P Taylor and Charles J Burpee. 

CViisirs Returns, 1801. 

iilissville 7()4 Mau<ferville 475 

Burton 1,405 N(.rthfield 003 

iladstone 911 Sheffield 713 

Lincoln 840 Total 5,761 

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Victoria County. 



J. k A. McMillan furnish estimates for society printino. 

COUNTY OF VICTOllIA. 

Sh ire town — A ndover. 

.Judge of the CJoiitity Court — Hon Jus (i Stevens; Clerk, W Fred Kertson. 

Clerk of the CirciiitH— VV Fred Kertson. 

ConunissioiierH for Parish (-oiirts— John Kyan, Crordon ; C W S Barker iind 
P (J Fraser, (irand Falls; (J L Everett, Lome; A J Jensen, Drumniond ; 
A Hrynier, Perth. 

Police Magistrate for Parishes of .Vndover and Perth — Neil McQuarrie. 

Sheriff -James Tihhits; Deputy Sheriff, J J Knpkey. 

Keeper of the Rolls and Clerk of the Peaee — T J Carter. 

Jndge of Prohate — W Fred Kertson ; Registrar, James Tihhits. 

Vendor of Probate Stamjis — T J Carter. 

Registrar of Heeds and Wills— Marry II Tlhbits ; Deputy, II VV Beverid;>;(-. 

Commissioners for taking Special Bail — Adam Beveridge, John Costigan. 

Commissionei.' for taking Kxaminations under the Act relatirig to Arn'st 
and Imprisonment of Debtors (ol) Vic. cap. 28) — Alex Straton, the County 
Court Judge, and Clerk of the Peace. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses — Wm Everett, G L Kelly, Benjamin Kilbun; 
and A R Hallett. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court — John Costigaii. 
W Fred Kertson, Alex Straton, P ii Fraser, John C McCluskey, Adam .J 
Beveridge, Thos Lawson and T J Carter. 

Divisional Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths— James Tibbits. 

Board of Valuators— Jas P Kelly, John Ryan and Alex Straton. 

Coroners — Leonard W Wilson, John W Tapley and Fred N Welling, m <> 

Collectors <if Customs— Hugh F Taylor and Geo A Bedell. 

Preventive Officer — D Armstrong. 

School Trustees — Andover, Wm Currey, J A Perley and .\bram Kupkev 
J A Perley, Secretary. 

Revising Officer tor the Electoral District of Victoria — B R Plant. 

Crown Land Surveyors — A E Hanson and W^ B Iloyt, Andover. 

Labor Act Commissioners — (ieo Baird, Andover; John McCluskey, Grana 
Falls; Benjamin Kilhurn, Perth ; John Smith, Gordon ; Jas Jenkins, Lortu- ; 
Daniel E Walson, Drummond. 

Commissioners Free (irants Crown Lands — Thomas Cumming, Kintorf 
Edward Abildgaard, New Denmark; Thomas Knowles and Simon LeonanI, 
Birch Ridge; .John Smith, Three Brooks; Wm McPhail, Stonehaven; Join. 
Walker, Til ley. 

Liquor License Commissioners— Thomas Emack, J E Mallory, J Watson 
Inspector, T R Cameron. Grand Falls — George A McMillan, C Albert Estf^ 
Joseph LeClair: Inspector, J Horsman. 

Board of Healt'i, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

County Council. 

Secretarv-Treasurer — James Tibbitts. 
Auditor— E II Hoyt. 
Andover— W^ E Spike and Jas Howlett. 
Perth — Albert Brymer and Chas Inman. 
Grand F'alls — J LeClair, D Murehison. 
Drummond — W W Brayall and W Warnock. 
Gordon — J F Tweedale and John Ryan. 
Lorne--J W^ Tapley and James Jenkins. 



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VicTOKiA County — Wkstmouland County 



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Kintor. 
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J Wilts. .11 
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J. k A. McMillan print ball programmes in the latest styles. 

Town of (Jraiul Falls. 

Mayor — Dr J R Wude. 

CouncillorH— Ward 1, (loorKO W Day, .Jaiiu's riiir<r('S'^. jr ; Ward 'J, .Jaiuo«» 
Watson, I)r Choiiinard ; Ward li, Alln'it (' Dixon, l-'raiik l.andrcan. 

Assessors-J K Wade, m d, Ward 1 ; I' Mc-Cliiskev, Wanl J; .1 1' Kcllv, 
Ward 3. 

Treasurer— A K Hallett; W V Kortson, ("U-rk. 

Oiisiis KHiinis, ISUt. 

Andover 1,242 (Irand Kalis l,o9t> 

Driimmond,. 2,022 Lome ;i09 

Uordon 71:'. IVrtli 1,792 

Total 7,704 

COUNTY OF WESTMORLAND. 

Sh iretoH'ti — Dorche*tcr. 

Judge of the County Court — Hon W WillxM-fonv W»Mls, Moncton ; Clerk, 
W Hazen Chapman, Eiorclu'stor ; Crier, FJijah ( vr, Dorchester. 

Judge of Probate — V W Enitnerson, i.i, ii, Siukvilie. 

Registrar of Probates, Clerk of tlie Peaee, Keeper of the Kolls, and a Com- 
missioner for taking the Kxamination of l)el)t(trs — (has R Knapp. 

Vendors of Law Stamps — H W Masters, r)orchest( r ; S ( rarulal!, Moncton ; 
Anhrey Lund, Sackville. 

Vendors of Probate Stamps — S Edjrar Wilson, Dorchester; Aubrey Lund, 
Sackville. 

Registrar of Marriages, Hiiths and Deaths — F A McCidly, M A, Moncton. 

Clerk of the Circuits — All»ert .1 Chapman. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills — Wm llackhouse; Deputy, W Frank Tait. 

High Sherifl' — Angus McC^iicen. 

Commissioners of Parish Civil Courts, and Stipendiary .lustices — James C 
Craves, Narcisse 1) LeHlanc, Shediac ; Walter Caliill, Sackville; Charles A 
Road, Port F^igin. 

Commissioner of the Moncton Civil Court and Police Magistrate — James 
Kay. 

Commissioners of Parish Civil Courts -W Hazen Chapmnn, Maximillian F' 
Richard, Dorchester; Frederick W Emmcrson, Sackville; Ceo ( hapmau, 
Salisbury; W Chapel Silliker, Westmorland Parish; Patrick Hebert, Adam 
Simpson, Botsford ; W B Deacon, Shediac ; Amasa Kill.im, Moncton. 

Commissioners for taking Examiuatif)iis under the Ai-t relating to Arrest 
:nid Imprisonment of D.-l>tors (oO Vic. cap. 2S) — Frank A McCully, Hon A D 
Richard, the County Coiiil Judge, and Clerk of the Peace the City of Mono- 
ton excepted). 

Commissioners for taking Aflidavits in the Supreme C!ourt— W B Deacon, 
K J Smith, Shediac; W W Price, .Salisl)ury ; A L Wright, John McKenzie, 
Moncton; Martin Trueman, Point de Bute"; and all Attorneys in the County. 

Conjmissioners for taking Special Bail in tlie Supreme Court — Walter ('ahill, 
Sackville: William Backhouse. Dorchester; Wm B Deacon, Shediac ; and the 
.Iiulge of the Count v Court in the Comny. 

Labor Act Comm'issioners— J A McDougall, Shediac; C E Lmid, Botsford, 
Dorchester, Sackville and Westmorland; A McN Russell, Moncton. 



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l')4 Wkstmorland County — York County. 

~~ J. & A. McMillan keep waterman's ideal fountain pens. 



Crown I,:in«l SiirvcvorH— C 1-' Lund, Siickville; Jolin W PattorHon, SiiliV 
V>urv ; A iMcN KiisscI, Mdiictoii. 

(>()r(>iin*.s — J W CImpmaii, K T (iaudet, M n, Tlionias A LeHlanc, Kdw.irH 
r I)oln'rt_v, M i», Dorclicster ; C'lias Somers, ('lenient Hnrk, Moncton ; Robert 
I'c'll, Joliii IJainI, Sackvilli'; () R Dixon, Kdwd ( Joodi-n, Weslniorland ; Win 
I)ol)son, I'.otHfoid ; .1 (' Price, Nelson (i Trites. Roland F Keith, Salisburv ; 
N S LeF?l,inc, \ll;m W Cliapiinn, David (;arlan(l. 

r Maniauc Licenses — S \V Tinirli-v, Dorchester ; R A Borden, 



Iss 



niTs ol 



David < Irant, Moncton ; (J M I'.le. kney, Charles A Keith, Ahrahani Steeveh, 
Salis!>iiiv ; (ieo Dobsoii, Rufiis Oult* n, Botsford ; Joiin Sproul, Albion Gray, 
Sack villi'. 

Mei'tiii,i;s of Municipal ('oiincil — First Tuesday in Jannary and first Tiuw- 



«l;iv in 



.liilv 



Boiiril III' Jleulth, see page llo. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

Chy or M(mct< 



ton. 



M 



I VI Pi 



-C W Robinson. 



Aldeniien-at-Larue — W Weldon and D liradlev. 

Aid' rtneu -Ward 1, F W (Jivan and .J II Dnnlap; Ward 2, J W Walhc* 
and J W Whitehead; Ward :'., W D Martin and .J S N'agee. 

Miiiiicipalit.v oC Wostiiioiiaiid. 

Unrden--K Kay; Secretary, S Kdgar Wilson; Treasurer, A D Richuril 
Salisl iiry — Kariy Kay and S C Alward. 
Dorchester (Jhas Hickman and 1'' T (iandet, m d. 
.Sackville— C C (.'aniplieli and Wrn (Jiark. 
Westmorland — .Joseph A Mc(^iieen and llc^liert Carter. 



Botsford — P Mahonev and 



Ava:<l. 



Shediac— .\ T Lelilan- ;iiid (^harles Uoberrs. 
Moncton — Richard Li.i/ and Catnillo Snrratt. 

(>n8iis llelitras, 1801. 

liotsford 4,150 Moncton 'parish;. ,XC)r> Shediac (),21" 

Dorcln'ster H.aoS Sackville! Li)S4 Westmorland 2,ir,S 

Moncton (city) XJ65 Salisbury '\{)17 Total A\,\s\ 



COUNTY OF YOKK. 

Shiretown — Fredericlon, 
Judfre of the County Court — Hon .James Steadman ; CierW, .T H Barry. 
High Sheriflf— A A Sterling; Depntv Sheritt", John B DawthoriiO- 
Clerk of the Peace -11 B Rainsford." 
Surrogate and .Judge of Probate — Francis A II Straton. 
Registrar of Probate — J D Harry. 

Registrar of Deeds ana \Vills — Abraham D Yerxa; Deputy, Elijah H 
Yerxa 
./ailei — John B ILnvthorne. 
Crown Land Surveyor — Peter Wood, Twecdside. 
Clerk of the Circ'nit Court -Stewart Campbell. 

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IsHUcrs of MurriiiKO LiicuHPs — Aloxandcr Honii«'tt. David (flcndoiiniinr, K 
Hanson, Win Firowt), T L Karic, .lames Swan, ( Joo I\'l»<ni, Charlt's (J Main, 
Xddison l?o\vnian and Ilavi'lock Kcllv 

('oronerH— (ieo H Vanwart, .lolin KU'tclior, Kdward I) Kstahrooks, f'liark'n 
McCiibhons, C'lias F Hol)(>n. AK-x Hav, (iooritf* N Howland, CharU's F, Dow, 
David Moore, M d, Alfred Kowley, Kaiikini- D P.rooks, .John P. (Jrant, .Jesse 
r>aker, David Rartlett, Henjainin ("olairn, M D, Otiltur Dimpliy, David L 
(Jrant, VVilniot (Juioii, .Tames Kennedy, I'atrick I.ockliart, .lolin vlarshall, 
.!ames K Finder, Samuel Watts, Henry (' Warneford. (i l'"> Coiiltiiard, M i>, 
Aliraliani Hennett, Rarnett M Mnllin. M d, Wm McKeen, Alex Kay, Leonard 
Miller, A Dow Cohnrn, M D, (i II ('obiirn, M n, O K Morehouse, M D, F .1 
Seery, M d, George MeKwen. 

Commissioners of Parish Civil Co\irts — A E ClilVan*! ( lef) MeKwen, Kin^s- 
<lear; .loseph Porter and K D Fstahnioks. Prince William: .John I"' Petty, 
Wm Murray and Thos K(tl>inson, Manners-Siitton ; .Icssc Christi*', Whitfield 
Kstey and Thomas Morris, liri<;ht; .lohn L IMetcher and Cu-orfie S Peters, St 
Marvs; .larvis S Law and Peter (^iirdwood, C'atiterhury : .John F Casey and 
Archibahl Fleming, Dumfries; Adam Sharp and A (' Whitehead, Qneens- 
hury; Edward Pi(i)i;eon and .lolin Put,'li, Doiit,'las; W W Met Jeorge and .1 F 
I'omeroy, North Lake; Thos W Piu-vis and (Jeo N P.rown. Southampton; 
.Joseph Porter and E D Estahrooks, Prince William; Ilavelock Kelly, 
Stanley. 

Lahor Aet Commissioners— .J<din Taylor and Peter Wo()<l, Manners-Stitton ; 
Jos MeCutcheon, Prince William; (ieortre F A .lamiHson, Canterbury; 
Henry Hnrtt, Don^rlas; Demiis (^lnnolly, Diunfries; .Icdin L Foster and ('has 
K Oopley, North Lake; Thos W Pnrvi< and .John P> (Irant. SoutliMmplon : 
.lolin A Munro, St Marys and Stanley; Chas Wright, Canterlmrv; Timothy 
W Smiih, Bright. 

Comns-'^sioner Free Grants Crown Lands — Timoihv W Smith, Millville. 

Commissioners for takinir Affidavits in the Supreme Court The several 
Attorneys praetieing in the County. 

Vendor of Law and Probate Stamps— .1 F McMurriiy. l-Vcdericton. 

Commissioner under CJaniishee Act, cap. 4)5, Consolidated Statutes— John 
L Marsh. 

Licensed Vendors of Liipiors in the City of Fredericton under cap. 99 of 
the Canada Temperance Act— (ieo C Hunt and .John M Wiley ; ior Mauners- 
Sutton, John P Petty, 

Miiiiicipal Coniu'il. 

Warden— Geo F .\ Jamieson ; Secretary-Treasurer, John Plack ; Auditor, 
Jiis W McCreadv; Division Kegistrar, HB Kainsford ; Clerk of the Peace, 
H B Kainsford.' 

Bright, Dr O E Morehouse and Jas W .Tewett ; Canterbury, (Jeorge F A 
Jamieson and Jas A (iould ; Douglas, ( ieo Sevmour and Alexander F^rewer; 
Dumfries, .lohn Scott and Thos Simmons; Kingsclear, John (' Murray and 
A E Cliff; Manners Sutton, John Mowatt and Robert Thompson: MeAdam, 
George Moffatt and Jas W Green; New Marvbind. David M Fisher and 
Henry Morgan: North Lake, (ieo S Inch an.l David Croplev ; Prince 
William, Wm W (iraham and Archie McMullin ; (^ueensbury, Alanson Mc- 
Nallv and Geo F P.nrden : St Marvs. Spencer Inch and Luther GdocNpeed; 
Southampton, Timothy W Smith and John Oldham ; Stanley, John Hinehey 
and Haveluck Kelly. 

MCMILLAN'S NOTE AND LETTER PADS ARE USEFUL FOR OFFICE WORK. 



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York County. 




J. & A. MoMILLAN FURNISH ESTIMATES FOR SOCIETY PRINTmO. 

Corporation of Frodericton. 

Mayor — Wesley Vanwart ; City Clerk, Charles W Beckwith ; Deputy ('ity 
Clerk, J Hush ('aider ; City Treasurer, John Moore; City Ainlitop, J Hnf>h 
Caldo-; Market Clerk, Robert H Rainsford; Wharfinger, Richard A Estey. 

Aldermen— Wellington Ward, John MacPherson and Frank 11 Risteen : 
St Ann's Ward, Asa Vanwart and C H Thomas, Carleton Ward, Patrick 
F'arrell and Israel (iolding ; Queens Ward, Joshua Limerick and John Moore ; 
Kings Ward, Marry Beckwith and Oeo N Babbitt. 

(yity Marshal James Roberts. 

Fire Department— Chief Engineer, .\ndrew Lipsett ; Assistant Chief, Geo 
W Rose ; Foreman No 1 Hose Co, John McLauchlan ; Foreman No 2 Central 
Hose Co, C J Wilson ; Fo'-eman No 4 Hose Co, Harry C Rutter; Foreman 
No 5 Hose Co. '^ieo W Clark ; Foreman Hook and Ladder Co, Nut J Smith, 
jr; Foreman Salvage Co., .\lex S Flemming. 

Superintendent Electric Fire .Alirm — Harry White. 

Alms House ('ommissioner — Geo Hatt ; Keeper, A D Thomas. 

Manager City Hall — J Hugh Calder; Janitor, Richard Sisson. 

T'oUector of Licenses — J B Hawthorne. 

Road Commissioner — William McKay. 

City Assessors — W J Crewdson, Principal ; H C Mackay and A S Murray, 
Assistants. 

Revisors Johi; Macpherson, I R Golding, .V H N'anwart, Harry BecU- 
wi»rth and Jc -ihua Limerick. 

Police Department — John L Marsh, Police Magistrate. Policemen — Paul 
Phillips, Police Sergeant; Zeb Wright. John O'Neill and George Rideout. 

Water Department Committee — John Macpherson, Chairman ; Israel K 
Golding and Harry Iicckwith ; Superintendent, Alex Burchill; Engineer^. 
John M Taylor and Malcolm Ross. 

School Board — Dr G E Coulthard, Chairman ; appointed by Government. 
Dr G E Coiihliani. J W Spurden, Willard Kitchen; appointed by the City 
Council, A A Sterling, Jas T Sharkey, Wesley Vanwart, John J Weddall 
and .Mrs W (r Clarke; Secretary, (J .\ !<ampson. 

Board of Trade -James S Neill. President ; James W McCready, Secretary ; 
A G Edgecombe, A A Lattimer. William Lemont. J T Clarke,' H H Pit"t>. 
C F Chestnut, J J Weddall, G W Hodge, A H F Randolph, F B Edgecomb.-, 
Coinicil. 

Board of Health, see page 115. Game Wardens, see page 119. 

C«*iisiis R(>tiirii«^, ISOl, 



Bright 1,(5(51 

Canterbu: , 2,21>7 

Do.«,'las., " 2,HS0 

Dumfries ()S9 

ivingsclear 1,74(5 

MannersSutton 1,H93 

Marysville (Town) 1.3:59 



New .Maryland 40.' 

North Lake 7")'' 

Prince William 1,3!N 

Queensburv 1,5I(> 

St. Marys..' 3.;r.J 

Southampton 2,:>1'> 

Stanley 2,4t>'; 




KREDKRKTON. 

Carleton Ward l,r)21 St. Ann's Ward 1,.')S> 

Kings " 1,074 Wellington " s:!-J 

Queens " 1,887 Total 6,o(i-' 

Total :5(),979 

F'SND FOR MCMILLAN'S CATALOGUE OF SCHOOL BOOKS. 



Railways. 



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MAP OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (S5) FOR SALE BT J. & A. McMILLAN. 



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RAILWAYS. 

IntercoloniHl Railway— Miles operated. l.HKiV^;. 

C Sohreiber, C M G, Deputy Minister and Chief Engineer of Railways and 
Canals, Ottawa, Ont. 

General Officers resident at Moncton, N B— D Pottinger, General Manager ; 
W B Mackenzie, Chief Engineer; F R F Rrown, Mechanical Superintendent; 
Thos Williams, Chief Accountant and Treasurer; J J Wallace, General 
Freight Agent; John M Lyons, General Passenger and Ticket Agent ; C K 
I'almer, General Storekeeper. 

District Superintendents— James E Price, Halifax and St John District, 
Truro, N S; Y C Campbell. Sydney and Oxford District. New (Jlasgow. N S: 
W Rennela, Moncton and Ste Flavie District, Campbellton, N B; C Belleau 
(acting), Montreal and Ste Fhivie District, Riviere du Loup, P Q. 
Canadian Tacific Railway— (Atlantic Division.) 
H P Timmernian, General Superintendent, St John ; J N Sutherland, Gen- 
eral Freight Agent, St John; A IF Notnian, District Passenger Agent, St 
John; W K Thompson, Superintendent, Hrownville Junction, Me; D W 
Newcomb, Superintendent, Woodstock; J H Barber, P>ngiueer, St John: 
J R Spragge, Master Mechanic, McAdam Junction. Miles operated, 6')5. 
New RrunHwiclc Railway Company. — (Loasod to Ciinadian I'acific Railway.) 
Robt Meighen, Piesidont; J Kennedy Tod, Vice-President; Alfred Seely, 
.Secretary and Treasurer; W 1 Whitehead, Land Agent. Directors — Sir 
Donald A Smith, K c M G, Robert Meighen, John Turnbull, Joseph Hardisty 
Xf ontreal ; John S Kennedy, Samuel Thome. J Kennedy Tod, D Willi 
James, New York; E R Burpee, Bangor, Me; II II McLean, John McMillan 
St John, N B. Shore Line Railway. r 

St John to St Stephen, 82 miles. Richard J Cross, New York, President ; 
Hugh II McLean, Vice-President and Managing Director, St. John, N P.: 
Frank J MePeake, Superintendent. Directors — Hon Russell Sage, Richard 
J Cross, Giles E Trainor, Sidney Shepherd, Horace M Ruggles, Hugh H 
NfcLean. El^in anil HHvelocl{ Railway. 

27 miles. H C Tilley, St John. N H, Secretary and Treasurer; J D Chip 
man, St John, N B, General Manager; A H Robinson, Petitcodiac, N H, 
Superintendent; W W Killam, Petitcodiac, X B, Master Mechanic; J A 
Wheaton, Elgin, N B, Road Master. 

The Salisbury and Harvey Railway Company. 
Salisbury to Flillsboro, 24 miles, and to Harvey, 4S miles. Connections, 
made with I. C. R. at Salisbury, east and west. .V Sherwood, (ieneral Man- 
ager; C H Harman, President"; F B Treiber, Secretary. 

Gulf Shore Railway Co. 
Caraquet to Tracadie, 14 miles. Head olHce, Bathurst. A .) H Stewart, 
President; T M Burns, Secretary -Treasurer ; A J Stewart, T M Burns, Johii 
Young. W J Melanson. Philip Rive. 

Caraquet Railway. 

From Gloucester to Shippegan, 70 miles. Patrick J Burns, President and 

Manager; John Sivewright, Secretary-Treasurer; PJ Burns, (i M Duncan. 

M D, Jacob White, Joseph Poirier, John Sivewright, Wm Walsh, Thomas 

Ahier, Directors. 

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rrinve Edward Island Railway. 

D Pottinger, (ieneral Mannger Canadian Government Railways, Moncton, 
N B; G A Sharpe, Snjierintendcnt ; W T Ilngj^an, Accountant and Auditor; 
W S Poole, p'oreman Meclianieal Department; S F Hodgson. Storekeeper 
and Mechanical Accountant ; H S CofHn, Car F'orenian. Head Offices : 
rharlottetown. Distances: Charlotte(f)wn to Tignisli, 117 miles; Charlotte- 
town to Souris, GO miles; Charlottetown to (ieorgetown, 4(5 miles; Charlotte- 
town to Cape Traverse, 44 miles. Total mileage of railway, 210 miles. 

Canada Kastern Railway. 

Fredericton to Chatham, 120 miles; to I.oggieville, 120 miles. Indiantown 
Branch, from Blackville to Indiantown, ',> miles. Alexander Gibson, General 
Manager, Gibs(m. Moncton atu\ ItiictoucliH Railway. 

Moncton to Biiotouche, .SI} miles. L G de Bertran), President; F G 
Polly, Secretary : I J Merritt. Treasurer; K G Evans, Hampton, Assistant 
Treasurer, Kent Northern Railway. 

Richibucto via Kingston, to Kent .Junction, connecting with Intercolonial 
Railway. Length of line, 27 miles. 

Ontral Railway <'o. 

Norton to Chipnian, 44n miles. Ollice: Hampton Station. C Ford Stevens, 
Philadelphia, President; ./ P llsley, Philadelphia. Vice-President; E (i 
Evans, Hampton, Tre:isurer and Superintendent; H .1 Fowler, Hampton, 
Secretary. Ilantpton ami Saint MarlinH Railway. 

Hat^pton to St. Martins. 30 miles. Office : Ham})t(tn Station. J P llsley, 
Philadelphia, President; K(i Evans, Hampton, Vice-President and Superin- 
lendent ; H ,J Fowler, Hampton, Secretary-Treasurer. 

8t. John Valley and Rivier«' du l.oup Railway ('o. 
Directors — (ieorge 1'' IJiiinl, W II Thorne, .James Manchester, H D Troop, 
James Holly, (ieorge F Bainl, President; Charles A Palmer, Honorary 
"Secretary ; I)avid Russell, Secretary. 

.St. Loniii Railway. 
Richibucto to St Louis. Length t)f line, 7 miles. Wilmot Brown, Manager. 

Woodstock and C'cntrcville Railway Co. 
Directors— Wm T Drvsdale, Woodstock, N P>. President ; Patrick O'MuIlin, 
Halifa.x, NS; Ward c'Titlield, A (ieorge Blair, jr. .James A Belyea, John 
V'onnor, St .John, X P> ; Robert W Connor. Secretary -Treasurer, St John, N I* ; 
A B Connell, Solicitor of the Company, Woodstock, N B. 

Albert .Southern ICailway. 
16^ miles long. W W Wells, President; W A Trueman, 8ecretary-Treas- 
irer and Manager. 

BANKS. 

Rank llolidayH. 

Ontario, New Hnuiswick and Nova Scotia New Year's Day, Good Friday, 
Easter Monday, Queen's Hirthday, Domiiiidu Day, Labor Day. ( hristntas Day. 

(^uebe( — New Year's Day, Epi}ihany, .Annunciation, Good Friday, Asceu- 

>i Corpus Christi, St. i'(>ter's and St. Paul's, ,\11 Saints, Conception, 

<'hristmas Day, (Queen's Pdrthday, Labor Day, Dominion Day. 

Also, througluMit the Dominion, any day appointed by proclamation for .< 
.general Fast or Thanksgiving Day. 



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PRINTING OF ALL KINDS BT J. & A. McMILLAN. 

The Itaiik of New liriiiiHwivk. 

Capital, $500,000. Host, i^iC.OO.OOO. 

Directors - Hon J I) Lewin, President; W W Tnrnbull, Vice-lVesident : 
S Joncn, Jriines Manchester, C F Woodman and Kohert Thomson. 

GA SchoHeld, Manager; J Clawson, Cashier ; H i' li Kovd, Accountant; 
SGirvati,.J M Dick, A McDonal.i, Tellers; \V S Thomas, Walter E Foster, 
Ledger Keepers; C H Lee. Corresponding Clerk : R Dole, H K Hall, Dis- 
count Clerks; P Ci Hall, Horace A Porter, Klmo M Hohen, William David- 
son, Harry \V Schofield, Walter A Harrison, Clerks ; A S Pattison, Messen- 
ger; Thomas Fvans, Janitor. Directors' meetings— Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Itank of Dritisli North America. 

Incorporated by Royal Charter. Paid-up ('a pita 1, £1,000,000 Stg. Reserve 
Fund, £275,000 Stg. 

St John Branch — H \ Harvey, Manager; Fred T Short, Accountant ; A (r 
Krv, Teller; Jn(t Macdonald, A (iordon Cowie, James J Kaye .\llison, R L 
Kliis, Clerks; W Maher, Messeugor. 



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Fredcricton — Jeremy Taylor. Manager; () H Sharpe 
Lubbock, Clerks ; Giles tiosling, Messi-nger. 

Itaiik ol Montreal. 

Cupital, i^l2,000.000. Reserve, ?«,000,000. Head Office, Montreal. 

Sir Donald A Smith, President; F S Clouston, (jeneral Manasrer. 

M. John P>ranch !•] C .Jones, >Linager ; M S L Jiichev, Accountant. 
S ;-ti .M P.lnir. A <i Paget, F H J Ruel, O R Campbell, C S Hulme, H H 
];;:■; . tn, (r S Hunt. C S Stubbiu, Jno Wright, W C Hazen, H W McLeod. 
R '' ' . (hew; J L Wilson, .Mes-.eiiger. 
tit l);iys - lOvery week day. 

! iv ■; in (he Maritime Provinces — Moncton, R Clark, Manager: 

(.) 1, F F Winslow, Manager; Halifax, N S, F M Cotton, Manager: 

Ai' , il Loekwood, Manager. 

Itiiiik of Nova S<;otin. 

; ; :i(;ll^olI. Capital paid-up, :-^l,.')()(»,00(). Reserve Fund, $1,500,000. 

! ' — Jt>!iii Doull, President; J(»hii V Payzant, Vic!e-Presitlent ; Jaini.s 

Jl , ■ e.to:i and Cliarles .\r(;hibald. 

(■ -e: Ihlilax, N S. II C McLeod, Cashier ; D Waters, Inspector. 

•. ' J-i Nova Scotia Amherst, Annapolis, Bridgetown, Dighy, 

]■ ■ I Ivrpool. New (ila.sgow, North Sydney, Oxford, Piclou, Stellar- 

( ■. e, V,.i'iinuili. lu New Pnmswiek—Campbellton, Chatham, Fred- 

. - - : ).:, Newcastle, St John, St Stephen, St Andrews, Sussex, Wood- 

N '.''1! !;iiid— (.'har'.ottetownand Summerside. In (Quebec — Montreal, 

I 1 ' , M ina^^er. In Ni'wloun<lland- St John's, W F Slavert, Manager : 

!i >o. W S Moore, Agent. In West Indies— Kingston, Jamaica, 

\. ,;. M inager. In Inited States— Chicago, III., Alex Robertson. 

>;., , .ml,) \ Mel,.()d, .\ssi'<taiit Manager, Calais, Me. 

lialif.ix liaiikin^; <'oiii|tany. 

' '■' d 1,^25. Incorporated 1S72. Paid-up Capital, !f!500,000. Autlior- 
i... , , -l.(NO,vHlU. Reserve Fund, ■:;V2"),()00. Head Oflice : Halifax, N S. 

! , ; -Robie FniarUe, President; C W Anderson, Vice-President; 

J. ,1, '■ .'ah, F D Corliett, W J <J Thomson. Agencies in New Hrunswick— 
^.., '. md St John. .Vgencies in Nova Scotia— Amherst, Antigonish, 

l'.,;,-i ,n. I'.ridgewater, Loekeport. Luneid»urg, MMdIeton, New Glasgow, 
i'a ., • >r ), Shelbiirne, Springhill, Truro, Wii\dsor and Canning. 



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Banks — Hospitals and Asylums. 



WRITING INKS AT J. & A. McMILLAN'S. 



r«o|>Ie*H Hunk of New BriiiiHwick, Frederictoii. 
A F Randolph, President ; A H F Kandolp)», Vice-President ; J VV Spurden, 
€ashier; D Lee Babbitt, Accountant; W W Coulthard, Teller; A R Tibbits, 
Discount Clerk ; F S Porter, Junior Clerk ; D Richards, Messenger. 

St. Steplieii'M Bank. 
Incorporated 183(5. Frank Todd, President; J D Chipman, Vice-Presi- 
<leiit; J F (Irant, Cashier. Directors Frank Todd, J D Chipman, W F 
Todd, E W Balkhaiu, J G Stevens, jr; J T Whitlock, Accountant; W L 
<;rant, Teller. 



HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS. 

General Public Hospital. 

Commi.ssioners — Wm Bayard, M D, President; M W Malier, Vice-Pre»i- 
<lent; Thomas Walker, M i), A Chipman SniitJj, W C R Allan, John Mc- 
4lt>ldrick, John Berryman, M D, II (J Addy, m d, J W Daniel, m d; I 01iv«' 
Thomas, Secretary ; W L Ellis, M D, Resident Physician and Superintendent ; 
Emma J Mitchell, Matron. 

Phvsicians — Alban F Emery, M D, Murray MacLaren, m d, James Christie, 
M D, "Walter W White, m i>, Wm Christie, m d, T D Walker, M D. 

Consulting Physicians — Thos Walker, M D, J D White, M D, F L Kenney, 
M I), J Berryman, M i>. 

Oculists— M F Bruce, M i>, J R Mcintosh, M D. 

Pathologi.st— (f A B Addy, m v. 

I'rovincial Lunatic Asylum. 

Commissioners — Hon A S White, Attorney General; Hon L J Tweedie, 
Provincial Secretary; Hon II K Emmerson, Board of Works; Hon A T 
Dunn, Surveyor General; Hon James Mitchell, Solicitor General; Hon C II 
Labillois, Commissioner for Agriculture ; Hon L P Farris. Secretary-Treas- 
nrer, Robert Marshall. 

Resident Officei-s — Geo A Hetherington, M d, Medical Superintendent ; 
John B Travers, M d, Assistant Physician ; W A Quinton, Steward ; Patrick 
Tole, Clerk ; Mrs Sara B Young, Matron. 

Visitors (appointed under Sec 7 of Act 56 Vic, Chap. 4) — Judge Stevens, 
St Stephen; Joseph S Allison, St John ; E<Iward J Smith, Shediac ; Hon A 1' 
Randolph, Fredericton ; Edwnrd Sinclair, Chatham ; Mrs R Chipman Skinner, 
St John; Hon Archibald Harrison, Maugerville; Mrs P A Landry, Dor 
ciiester; Rev G A Hartley, St John; Dr Bovle Travers, St John; Stephen 
B Appleby, Woodstock ; Dr J S Benson, Chatham ; Mrs W H Todd, St 
Stephen. 

Victoria lIoHpital (Fredericton). 
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Board of Trustees -Hon A F Randolph, President; Hon F P Thompson 
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Tritchard, Mrs Temple. Mrs A L Palmer, Mrs A II llanington, Mrs J 
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ItoyH' liulUHtrltil Home. 

Hoard of (iovornors — (ieorge Robertson, Chairman; J K Irvine, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Hon A F Randolph, Hon A (J Blair, R J Ritchie, Lady Tilley, 
Elizabeth C Skinner; (J F Bustin, Superintendent; Mrs (i F Bustin, Matron; 
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The Wiggins Male OrpliHii IiiHtitutioii. 

Oovernors— (r Sidney Smith, President; Archdeacon Brigstocke, Hurd 
I'eters, C F Kinnear, Geo E Fairweather, John M Taylor, .\rthur W A<lan)s, 
Mr Justice Barker, Rev A D Dewdney ; J T Twining Hartt, Secretary- 
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Manchester, Rev J de Soy res, Silas McDiannid, OH Warwick, Rev Arch- 
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AH( III>KAC(INS, 

Tlie Vencralilf K. II. .1. Krigstocke, d. d., Arclideacoii of .'*t. John, 
'hie Vt'n<'ral)le Thunias Neahs, m. a., .\nhileacoii of I'redericton. 

I'KiicsTS. Dair uj 

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A^lll^tr(>n),', W H, M a WelsfDnl, (jueeiis Co July 12, 

Ha.oii. r W M. .. Doc. 

Raiehaiii, Alfred .Musquash Oct. 

harloii, H 

Hale, A J 

Havl" «', CO'Pell l)eil)y, Northniubcrli'iid Co Pee. 

Heili.ss, W H 

Hliss, l» M, II A Ml Whatiey, WeHtiiioilaiid Co .Se|»t. 

Hurl, A 1'' J{ Sliediac Nov. 

Cum|ilnil, J Uoy, 1. I) ItorcUeHter Iiiiiu 

(oleinaii, K '. May 

Colston, II W, M A Maug'Tville Tune 

Covcrl, W S, K A (irand Harbor, (iraiid Muiian I'eli. 

Cn'.s8«ell, A .1, a a c S|iriiigli(;l(l .Sept. 

Maniel, A \V U.nhrMiy July 

l»aviniM>rl, J M, M v M .loltii Sepi. 

Dcwdiiey, .\ D A St .lohii Nov. 

deSoyies, .lolui, m a St .Inlin Dec. 

I)i>\ c'lior, \V II. .M A (t'anoii) St .Inlni Sept. 

Dibliiee, II K, M A Oromocto Mar. 

DickiiisiJii, T Ilaiiiploii Sept. 

Dicker, A (1 11 Si .lohii May 

lialoiigli, \V SI .loll 11 luiie 

1' liwelliiiK, J K CeiiiMvilie, Carleloii Co Dee. 

I'orsyili, l»avid, ii a ("aiioii) Cliailiaiii .M;ir. 

Kre(>tiern, • i L llaiiKiirl June 

Kiillerlon, C II, M a IViiKodiae hiiic 

Cioliincr, .\ .1 A Lowi r .leiiisei; June 

llanlord, S .loiie.s, ii a Si .lolm iMar. 

Haiiiiigloi), (' I', V, A 1 1. 1 nipt on Village Mar. 

llan.M'ti, N «', M A (iag»'U)wn I-'eb. 

Hansen, N X <i;ttirid — Absent on loave) May 

llays, Will St ,I(iiiii Sept. 

Hooper, K H, II A .Moiu'iun Iiine 

llopKins, J i: I'.inh Itidge, Victoria ('o Dec. 

lloyi. Leo .\, M A St .loliii Dec 

Jallrey, William (Uttiretl) Sf .Murys, York Co liine 

.Toni's, 1' Owin Davi nporl Seliool.St John Iiino 

Ketcliiiiii, W (.1, II II iCaiion) St Andrew!* Sept. 

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ItavinontI, W (), m a St .lohii Itco. 21, l.*»7!» 

RoherlM, <i (i, M A (Cunon) I'ri-.liiictoii Sopt. 2o, is."i7 

Uol.oitson, K \V Mar. 2"), 18;n 

SarupHon, W II .Sl.lohii, \Ve.-»t .Side I»oc 24, Issi 

."•'chotield, Cieo (Uctlrod) St .loliii Mar. 4, ls(;;> 

ISfovil,(i K I'riiiio Williani Mar. 14^ 1897 

Siiuomls, It, H A Fieilcriiliiii May HO, IMT 

Simonson, K W, ii a St Amir. w« Jinio 9, is'„.» 

Sllppor, A A., M .Muiiiiis |»oc. T.^, ISsrt 

Smith, Itiiiiuhl l\ M A St <iei)i>,M' r»e<'. ir., is.vj 

Hinilher.H, A W, it a W iitorl'.»i(l, Kiiij^a Co May 24, IVH 

Snow, P »i Now.M.-sil.' Oot. 28, is'.n 

Spike, H .M, ii a (Helired) -i .lohn Fune i:t, l.s.V' 

Spencor, .lanio-s ( ainplitllton Die. 2.'!, isH.t 

Strfel,T \V, n a j'ailitii.-t May 18, 185() 

Stroot, W H, II A C'anipolollo luno 19, l,s")".» 

Teed, A W, m a Kiclinioiid Pec. 2'\ 18ms 

WainwrlKlit, II S, ii a KinK>t(>n, Kiiig.s Co Dfo. 2M, 18(it; 

Warnelbrd, (' A s, n a L.iwscph .s I' () .lohnst'.n Mar. f<, (ss7 

Wurnylord, K A (lietired) llaniplun Village Doo. 22, 1S,">(> 

Wetini.ro, l> I, ii a Clit'ion, Kinus Co Sept. 2i>, isi; 

Whalley, II K K, s a C I'ledorictDn Inc. 2.'{, 188;; 

Wifjgins, C h\ ii a S.;ckvillo May 2:«, is7.> 

Wilkin.-*..!!, Will J, n u lav .In \ in May 'S.i, I8S() 

Witliycoiiilio, .1 M,iiA St ilohii, W.'st Sido Dec. 21,ls9(> 

DK' f (tNS. 



Aiton, W, II A Bathiirst Alay ;U, \m'- 

Cody, H A <;rt'niwiL'l! 

I)io(;t>8Hii .Syiiufl. 

Prewuleiit -The Right Rev the Lord lUshop of Fp'cierictoii. A(l(lre>s — 
Kredericton, N H. 
Secretary The Rev O S Newnhaiii. Adilrcs.s, St Stephv-ii, N !>. 
Treasure! — W E Smith. Address — Kredericton, N B. 
Diocesan Registrar — C K A Sinioiuls. Achlress- Kredericton, X H. 
Auditor -Augustus II Haningttm. Adiiress — St Joiin, N R. 

COMMITTEES OF THE SYNOO. 

Executive C'onunittee — The Very Rev I-'ramis I'artridge, d n, tlie N'encr- 
able F II J Rrigstocke, D D, tiie N'tnerable Tiioiuas Xcalcs, ma, ..» ntjir'm ; 
Kevs A J C'resswell, A (} II Diiker, \\ R Hooper, Il Mintgoiiieiy, L .V lloyt, 
S Neules, W () Raymond, ("anon Kctchum, II E Dihlilee, ,j M Withycotnhe, 
II K E Whally, A Siniliiers, and .Messrs R H Emerson, \V M .larvis, .John 
Black, T C AUcn, A K Street, Henry Wihuot, .1 R t'ampi.ell, jr, Speaker 
Burchill, SheriHSterli-.g, \V S Kisher, C E L .Jarvis. T R Robinson. 

Roard of Kiiiance — Rev () S Xewidiam. Archdeacons Urigstocke and 
Neales, Dean I'artri.lge, Messrs W M Jarvis, G A Scholiehi, (i S Sinitii, C N 
Vrooin, J R ("amphell, jr. 

Roard (f Home Missions — Thi' Very Rev Francis Partrid).re, D l», the Ven- 
erable K il J Urigstocke, D D, the Venerable Thomas Xeaies, M A, ex njjicio ; 
Revs J M Daveiipvirt, E R Hooper, t'anon Rubeits, C I* Ilanington, W <> 
tiuyniond, and Messrs C E L .larvis, R R lOineisin, (i A Scholield, (i E Kair- 
weather, Ilnrd Peters, .J Roy Campbell, jr, (_' N Vrooui, T (' Allen, .Judge 
Hanington, Sherifl" Sturdee. 

Members of the Roard of Management of the Domestic and Koreign Mi.s- 
sionary Society— The \'«Ty Rev Dean I'artridge, the Venerable Archdeacon 
Brigstocke, C N Vroom, CJco A Scholield. 

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Board of ('liiirch I^ittTature — Kevs W K.itoiigh, Canon RolxTts, Oniuii 
Forsytli, (' I* Iliiiiinytoii, W < ) liayniond, II Montgomery, and Messrs .J U 
('ainpl)ell, jr, T 1> llobinsotj, C E L Jarvis, liurd Peters, C K A .Simond>. 
G A SclioliL'ld. 

Standing? ( (nurnittt'i' — TIk' Kiyht Rev the Lord Bislutp, Cliairnian ; tin- 
Vt'norable Arrlideacin I'rij^stocke, the V('neral)k' Archileacon Neales, ex ojiri^,- 
Verv liov Ik'iin Pailiidge, Slieritl' Stiirdee, Kevs Canon Koherts, () 8 Newn- 
ham, J M Davenport; Jnstice Hanington, CJeo A Schofiehl, C N Vroom. 

Staiiilinf,' ('(•niuiittte on iSunday Sehools— Revs W Katonv;h, A \V Daniel. 
E H Hooper, 11 Monl<;otnery ; Dr J M Deacon, Vivian Tippet, II Town. 

Correspontiing Coniniillee in connection witii the IJoard of Mana«;en»ent d 
the Domestic and ["oreif^n Missionary Society — The Rij^'ht Rev the Lord 
Risiiop, Kevs (anon Forsyth, II E Dibblee, RP McKim ; W E Smith, K 1'. 
Emerson, Hind Peters. 

Hisliop MecUey Divinity Scliohirshij) Fund — The Right Rev the Lonl 
IJishoji, (.'onvener; the \'enerahie Ardideacon Hrigstooke, the Venerabl.' 
Archdeacon Neales, 11 Wilmot, the Treasnrer. 

Governors of King's (.'oUege, Windsor The \'en Archdeacon Rrigstocke, 
Justice IIaii,ii;,'t()n. 

Trnstee of Ciiris' School, Windsor — John B Forster. 

Finance Conniiittee — The Right Rev the Lord Bishop, the Treasnrer im" 
the Synod, the N'enerahle Ar(!lideacon Neales, Rev W Samps(jn, Rev J Iv^ 
Camplieil. (ieo A SchoHeld, W 15 Wallace, the Secretary of the Synod. 

Lav Menil»ers of th« Retard of ' ^(;ipline — Jnstice Hanington, Sheri'! 
Sterling, Slieriti' Stiirdee, W R Wall. , T Carleton Allen, A H Hanington. 
Geo A Schotield, C N Vroom, 11 Wilmot, Hurd Peters, GOD Otty, Let- 
Raymond. 

Committee on Statistics— The Right Rev the Lord Bishop, Rev O S Newii- 
hatn, Rev W O Raymond, (Jeo A Scholieltl, C E L Jarvis, E L Street. 

On Kegnlar Meetings of Conniiittees — Rev WO Raymond, (i A SchofieM 

(»n Memorials of I)eceased Members — Rev Canon Ketchnm, J Rov Cani| - 
hell, Hurd Peters, H Town. 

I'nlinislied Husiiiess and Printing — Rev W O Raymond, Rev O S Newn- 
ham, J Roy Camplieil. 

On Credentials— Rev W H Sampson, Hon T R Jones, G O D Otty. 

On List of Parishes and Churches and C'liapels — Revs LA Iloyt, \V<i 
Raymonil, Canon Roberts; C N Vroom, Hon ,J 1' Ihirchill. 

On the Canon for the Aj)pt)intment of a Diocesan Registrar — The Rigli 
Rev the Lord Bishop), \'ent'rable Archdeacon Xeales, Revs J Roy Campbell. 
A Bareham, O S Newnliam, L A Hoyt, W II Sampson; C E A Sinionds, W 
B Wallace, J Roy Campbell, (ieo A Schotield, Vivian Tippet. 

On the Presentation to Rectories — The Ivight Rev the Lord Bishop, tl' 
Very Rev the Dean, \'en Archdeacon Brigslocke, Revs O.S Xewnham, W ' < 
Raymond, T Dickinson; A II Hanington, C E A Simonds, SheriH' Stunli' , 
Henry Wilmot, C F Hanington, W B Wallace. 

On Religious Education in the Public Schools — N'enerable .ArchdeaKu 
Brigstocke, Convener; the \'ery Rev the Dean, \en Arehde;i(i)n Neali - 
Revs J dcvSoy res. Canon Forsyth, J M Davenport, O S Newnliam, II Mnn 
gomery, (ieo IC Lloyd, AG H Dicker; Justice Hanington, (ieo A Schotie! i. 
C N Vroom, J Roy Campbell, A C Fairweather, Dr J M Deacon, Hurd Peter-. 
Vivian Tii)pet, H Town. 

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Aii'luleacon Hrigstocki', \vn Arclidriu'on Nt-ales, Ki'vh O S Newnliani, .1 
do Soy res, J M Davi'iipnrt, A Sinilluis, ,] M Witliytdiiiln', I! P McKini; il 
Town, A C Kairwt'atlu'i-, (' K A Sitiirmtls, Ileiirv Wiliiiot, I.ci' Kaynu'iul, 
T (' AlU'ii, (ieo K Fairwt'atluT, N'iviaii Ti|i|K'l, J Hoy ('ain|tlK'll. 

I)eli'gat«'s to the I'loviiicial Synod Ilfv(> S Newnliain, the N'ery Kev hean 
I'artruige, V'en Arclideacon llri^stocki', Yen An lideacoii Neales, Kevs J Koy 
( aiiipbell, Canon Kolierts, K li linopcr, Canon l'\)isyth, J M I)aven|iori, 
II Montgomery, A J CresHwell. ( ecil \Vii,'^'iiis ; (ieorge A SdiolieUI, Justice 
Jlaningtun, C N N'rooiu, Sheritl" Suu<iee, Hon J 1' I5nrcliill, T Carleton 
Allen, Hurd IVters, 11 .n T K Jones. Dr J M Deaeon, K W Ilewson, (ieo E 
Kairwealher. 

Substitutes — Revs Canon Ketchuni, .1 de Soyres, (Jeorge !•' IJoyd, A I> A 
I»ewdney, J K S Parkinson, A (i 11 l)ieker; l>r N I'arker, A 11 llanington, 
A <-' Fairweather, SheriH' Sterling. 

helegates to the (ieneral Synod — The \ ery Kev Dean Partridge. Ven 
Archdeacon Hrigstocke, Yen An li(lea<'on Neales, Justice llanington, Geo A 
Svholield, Sheritl Stnrdee. 

Substitutes — Hevs J deSovres, OS Newnham, (ieo E Lloyd; Cieo K Fair- 
weatlier, A C Fairweather. 

Cliiirchwai'dfiis himI V«>Kti-yiii«n, St. John. 
TUiNiTv cut lUH. 

Wardens — James H MeAvily, (' l Clarke. Vestrymen, II II Harvey, L .V 
( urrey, John M Taylor, R L Smith, C K L Jarvis, C E Scaminell, W L 
Prince, F J Ci Knowlton, Thomas I'aiton, H I) Peters, Alfred Porter, K C 
Jones. Delegates to Synod, C E L Jarvis, II L Sturdee. Substitutes, Thos 
Patton, C F Kinnear. 

ST. .John's cm urn. 

Rector Rev John de Soyres. Assistants, Rev <) \V Howard, Rev Joseph 
Smith. Wardens, (Jeorge K l-'airweather, W II Mi-rritl. N'estrymen, A T 
Thorne, Thomas McAvily, H W iH-Forest A W Adams. II C tiliey. K 15 
Kmerson, C M Hostwick, !• red E Sayre, (i .\ Kimball, F W Daniel, J R 
Armstrong, 11 F Puddington. N'estry Clerk, F () Allis(»n. Delegates to 
Sviiod, (i E Fairweather, A H llanington. Substitutes, R H Emerson, H C 

filley. 

ST. mauy's chuucii. 

Wardens— II Town, S (i Olive. Yestrymen, D S Betz, S Willis. L II 
i:Mberts, W D Essington, E Y (lodfrey, S li Oivaii, Jas McKay, M F Manks, 
Jas Sproul, W W Wetmore, F J Wright. F S Siewart. Delegates to Synod— 
II Town, S E Olive. Substitutes, I) S Bet/., E Y Godfrey. 

ST. I'All/s CHIIMMI. 

Wardens— Hon Mr. Justice Parker, T Hanlay Pol)inson. Yestrymen, G 
Sidney Smith, (i W Ketclium, J Douglas llazeii, .Jolin I Kobiuson, F 1' Starr, 
W irTliorne, J C Robinson, J R Campbell, J K Scholield, Jas Jack, J M 
Magee, J Twining Hartl. Delegates to Syiiud, Thos R Jone^, J Roy Camp- 
bfll. SubstiliUes, U E Col.pe, John K Scholield. 

ST. .iui)i:'s cHiiicii. 

Wardens— S L Pritiain, C Coster. Yestrymen, Y W Tipi-t, J A Coster, 
J P Congle, W F Harding, O Dunham, C F Tilton, S M Wi imore. Williaui 
^mith, J A Whiii-U', E P llaymond, Thos J Smith. Delegate to Synod, V W 
lippet. Substitute, t; F Tilton. 

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Wardens —( ICO Hridm's, V S Shar|K'. Vt-Htrymcn. Joliii Hdldcii, Ilicli n . 
HeatiH, .John Ki'iiimv, \V W Kiiij,'. H.ticdd I'crlfV, J K llamiii, K .M I'atilp I' 
Arthur Koster, Waller Lamlt, John (J Kvv, Jaint's A Wilson, .John M An'hi 
Hon. Dt'leniitf to Synod— (' II Smith. Siihstitntt's, ( Jt-o HridKCs, II Pt'rh\ 
TrfUHnrtM-, Harold IVricy. N't'slry Ch-rk, .J(din C Kee. 

ST. i.ikk's riiri:( II. 

Kc'ftor Ki'v K I' McKini. < uratf, Kev Mr Hacon. WardiMiH, Dnnit-I i 
Tapiey, Ilt-nry Ililvard. N'lstryim'n, David 11 Na.se, N W l>n'tian, A \| 
Kowan, .Joscpli KnddiKk, J M Hohcrt-on. 11 <i Harrison, Wni II Smith, .J>tlii 
VVIu'l[»lcy, rhili|» llamm, Thos A lirali.im, Win .McL have, Kirhard FariiHi 
Delegates to Synod, W H Wallace, Henry Ililyanl. Snltstitntes, W II Smilli. 
A M Rowan. Hohert C'nnninyhain, .Secretary. Kichard Farmer, Vestr« 
C'lerk. Ik'ssie II Farmer, Organist. 

8T. (iK()H(i!;'8 Olll'KCn. 
Wardens W J Cornlield, ( has I*i(li,'eon. N'estrymeii. I'riah Drake, ( li,i- 
Kmetson, D 15 Lord, M I'etetson, Isaac .Vinos, .J II .Moslier, John ('arri«'r, !• 
L Dykemaii, A K lledell, Fzekiel .Mel. cod, Jas Carlclon, S M Sewell. D( ;.- 
gates to Synod, W J Cornlield, (..'has I'idgeon. .Xuditors, I'riah Drake, .\I 
Peterson. W J Cornlield, Treasurer. .las Carleton, \('stry Clerk. 

( IIIKCII or TItK UOOI) SIIKI'UKUI). 

Wardens— Alfred Lordly, 'rhoma-> IIerrih;,'ton. Vestrymen, Frederick 
Kngall, Frederick Cheesman, John Fngall, Thomas Knssell, John J Wiliiv 
Kol)ert .\rmstrong, K()l)ert Duncan, Tiiomas Stears, Alhert Alc< Jnire, Jamt-- 
Bryan, (.jieorge Dnuhain, Walter Dean. Delegate to Synod, Frederick Fngal! 
Auditors, Frederick Fnj;all, Thomas Kns.sell. Vestry Clerk, J(»hn Willis. 

<'kiir«'h of Kngliiiid liiHtitiitt*. 

ORANCK HALL UUILDINCJ, 121 OKU.MAIN .MTRKKT. 

I'atron--The liight Reverend the Lonl Hisliop of Fredericton. I'resideiit 
The \'eneral)le Archdeacon Brigsiocke, i) l>. N'ice-l'residents — Rev Join 
deSoyres, Rector of St Mark; Rev William () liaymonil. Rector of St Mary ; 
Kev W 11 Sampson, Rector of Carleton; Rev J M Davi-npoit, I'riest m 
eharge of Mission t hapel ; Rev A d II Dii-ker, Rector of St I'anl ; Kev Lc. 
A lloyt, Rector of Simonds; Rev R I' .M«Kim, Rector of Portland ; Rev A I> 
Dewdney, Rector of St James; Rev J M Withyeomhe, Rector of Vielori:i 
J II MeAvily. Comieil -T li Robinson, WS Fisher, R F Conpe, Rowliin ' 
Frith, J A ( o>ter, James F .Secord, J M Magce, S (i Olive, II 11 I'icketl, 1, 1 
Perkins, N W Hrenan. F .V Kinnear, Secretary; .Vlfrcd Porter, Treasurer: 
J Koy Campbell, Librarian. 

('Iiiir4;li of Kiit;iitii«l SiindHy S4-liool TeiielitTH' A.ss(>«-i»tioii. 

Patron — The Right Rev the Lord lii.shop of the Diocese. President —Her 
A D Dewdney. \' ice- Presidents— The Ven .Xrchdeai-on Rrigsiocke, l> i'. 
Revs Canon DcN'eber, George Scholield, John de Soyres, W O Ravmond, W 
II San)pson, W llatough, A (i II Dicker, L A Ih.yt, W LeR McKiel, 11 i' 
MeKim, J M Withyeomhe, Messrs A H llanington, W M Jarvis, C F Kin- 
near, Thos Patton, (Jeo K Fairwealher, .S (• Kiipalrick, T l> Robinson, 1111 
Pickett, Miss J R Rarlow, Miss Sadlier, Mi.ss M .\ Peters, Mi.ss F Miiniv 
Mrs John R Smith. Thos F Dyer, Secretary-Treasurer. 

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l>io«<<>H«> of S«. .lolin, N. II. 

The Ki;,'ht Ki'V .lolin Swrcnv. d d. Iii>^|i^.|) t.f St. John. 

(< olisci TiiH'd AiPiil !,'», ISC.ii I 

Tilt' Vory licv Mou-iiyuor Cumiolly. Vi(>ar( mmutuI. 

M the ''athe<lr»l of th»' Iinmanilaij' ( oik tiitinn, St .Jolin — Hi-.'ht Rev John 
>\M'eiiv, Kcvs F J M(MiiiTav, A O'Ni-ill, A Mcahnu. Chiinli of St .lohri the 
Uaptist, Hroad strt't-t, Very Ht'v Monsiiriior ComioHy. \ «. Kfctor ; Kt'V VV C 
liaynor, Curate, Holy Trinity (Imrcli. M«)or»' stri'»'t, Hrv J J Walsh. St 
IVti'r's rhiinh, North Kiid, in rhar;,'e uf thi- Ko(h'ni|it(>rist leathers — Kev E 
M NVeiKcl, Kt'clor; llc'vs Jas Kt'in, V Triinpel. S Connolly, T A Donohue, 

Keoiu'v, .Assistants; (*arl('ton. Krv J J (►'Donovan; Silver Kails, Kev D 

(■alla^lHT, Frc(k'ri(t(.n, llev T Caxcv ; St .Mary-;. York County, llev J J 
Kvan; Milllown, Kev K I)()yle; Woodslock, Rev W C Cliaptnan ; l)ehee, 
lu'V F L Carney; (.^iiaco, Hev >rieha»'l CoiiLclilan ; Sussex, llev K Saviijje ; 
.lolinvil!*', Hev J Murray; l'et«rsvill<', Kev 1' l-'arrell i Keeton, Kev Joseph 
MeDerniott (Curate); St (Jeortre, l{ev T Lnvarv; St Andrews. Kev J M 
o'l'laherty; St Si»-phen, l{ev \V I)ol!:ir.l: Cape'KaM, Kev F X ('..llerette, 
lu'V T ^Iartineau; St Sl:iry's, Kvul (oiuity. Kev Joseph (>iiellett; Notre 
I)anie, Kent (.'ounty, Kev I* DiMour: I'lUelouehe. Kevs F X Miehaud, I 
I.apointe; Kinirstou, Kent County. K<v A Kuhiehaud ; Alheit County, litjy 
,)olin Carson; Moiieton, Kev II Me.ilian ; l''o.\ < reek, Kev |) Leyere ; St 
I'aid's, Kent County, Kev J llerhert; Central Kin<;selear, York County, Ke? 
William O'Leary; Shediae. Kevs ,\ Ouelelte, I I.apointe- Meinranieook, 
Kevs A Koy (Superior of St Jusepli's ( ollet^ei, ,\ LeFilane,.! (iirard, J (iaron, 
.\I r>erthiaunie, A (!orn»ier. M I.eCour. M Lan^dais. S Arsen.-udt. I, (luertin, 
A r. O'Neill, 10 I/il»l>e; Cocaine. .\ I.archeve(pie ; (Jrand I)ii:iie. Kev Philip 
Hellivean; Haraehois, Kev Najioleon .Massey ; horeliester Kenilentiary, Kef 
A I) Cormier; Fairville. Kev (."has Collin>;; Kieliil)U('t<» \'illaj,'e, Kev A C 
lindon; Florenceville, Carleton Couniy, Kev F Bradley; Norton, Kev Fi 
!'i -ne. 

'rise Sisters ofCharitv have eleven houses, ineliidint; two < >r|dian .\sylunm, 
me for f?irls. on Clifl'slreel, St ^- ',n and on<' for l)oys, at Silver I-'alls, in the 
Parish of Simonds; also tl.!^ >l.i;t " Miserie(»rdia' Hospital and Home on 
^vdney street. The IVIoi. • r H- >e ■-. St Vineent's Convent, Clill" street. 

;kl4icM> »• ol C'huthain. 

(('omprisin^' i'-. .\(,>. \.heit. • oCihe I'roviiuM' of New Bniiswick.) 

Right Rev ,].„^c: !li •,','. *>, 'iishop (Consecrated .\u,ij;ust l-'), 18G0.) 

\'iear-(;eneral, \'ery Rev Thonuis Francis Harry. 

Countjf of yorlhuinhfrhtnd. 

Chatham Rector of Cathedral congres^ation, Rev Ilenrv T Jovner; As-sist- 

ant, KevT H Fllison. 

Newcastle— Rev P \V Dixon; Xelsim, Kev Nicholas Power; Kogersville, 
Kev M F Kichanl; Red Hank, Kev Vvwr Dullv; Kenous Hridge. Rev K<lwar«l 
Murdoch; Lower P.artihogue. Rev Win A Nlorrisey ; Ne;,'uae, Kev Jo.seph 
Tlieherge ; Upper Hay du Vin, Kev Fdtuond Pattenaude ; Harnaby River, 
Kev Francis C P Campltell ; HIackville, Kev S J Crumley. 

Coitiiti/ of (ilourfHlrr. 
Hathurst— Very Rev Thomas F Harry; Rev J J Mcl.aughlan, Assistant ; 

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lii'tliiirst VillasfO, Kov Win Varrily ; St Therene, Rev WilfreH Sormaiiy ■ 
PaoiUPtville, l\ov Vr,\ \i (iajriion; (irand Anse, Kov Josi-ph Triuk'Hc . 
Ca.raquf't, Kovs Tli<'()|tliiliis AllanI, F X Ozaniie; Iiik»^>rniaii ( Pokcniouclit- 
Nland I, Hcv Azade TriKlt'lle : Shippi't^'aii, Ki'V Staiiisliiiis J Doiicett ; L'Aiiu'f. 
Kfv .l(>'<i'pli Doiict'tt; I'okoinonclM', Ivcv Tlioinas Fltzjjjerald : St Isidore, Hiv 
L (Jajinon; Tracadie. Hev Joseph A I5:d)iiit'au ; Hev A .1 Tnidel, Assistant; 
Pftit Koclier, Kev Jolm Carter; IJi'lU'tlinu', Rev Father V;in Deinoortol. 

Omnti/ of Ri.-liii<)urhe. 

Jacqiiet River — Kev Ililarioii Doiicet ; ('hurli>, Rev .Joseph Martin; I).il- 
housie, Kev A A lioiielier ; C'lmplK-liton, Rev Kd P Wallace; Halinoral, Rev 
S Maheii. 

(hitntjf nf Ki'iit {north of Ricliiburto River.) 

Riehihiicto ('rown) — Kev Kdward J IiMiiiioii ; Si Charles (Adoiii"), Rev W 
Vernier; St Louis. Rev.Iost-ph I'elletier ; Acailiaville, Kev Andrew R6ruh^ ; Si 
l^nace, Rev F 1) Habinean. 

('niintjf of Victoria. 
(Irand Falls— Rev Mieliael O'Keele; hrnininond, Rev Felix Dngal. 

Cditnli^ of Mmlau'dnkd. 

St Basil — Kev L N Dn^'al; St Ann's Kev Max Kahinean ; St T.eonar.l'r 
Ktvs L A Lannirre. John .1 Nujjfnt; Filmnndston, Rev Cosrnas L h'Arnoni-; 
St Jaetpies, Kev Jos Kevassenr; St llilaire, Kev A ("oineau; Clair (Midlli 
St Francis). I{ev (Jeor^'e \\ (Janviii; St l"'raneis (Winding Lenlges), Rev I N 
i)iiinont. 

Iiixtihitlniisi, 

Cliathani— St Michael's College (closed at |»rescnt), Hotel Dieii (Hospital), 
Hotel hieii (iM'tnalc Acailemy ). Kev Mother Walsh. 

Tracadie — Hotel Dieii i ilns|iiial tor I>rpers), Rev Mother St Jolm. 

St liasil, Mada\v;iska — Hotel Hii'ii (Hospital), Hotel Dieii (Orphanauii, 
Hotel f)i.ii (Academy), Rev Mother MailU-t. 

CaMi|il»fllion Hotel Hieii (Hos|)ital), Hotel Dien (Female Academy), Kiv 
Mother |{eaiis<^ionr. 

New.-astle — Congregation of Notre Dame (Female Academy), Rev Motlit : 
St Heat rice. 

Kathurst Female .\cademy, Sisters ofC'harily. 

!^!'.t!mrst N'illage Ftinale Acadcmv, Sisters of Charity. 

Cara(.|Uet — C(tngrcgati(»n of Notn' hanic. Female Acadetny. 

St Louis, Kent County — Congre<,'ati(»n of Notre Dame, Female Academy 

Absent on have — Rev Miciiael O'Jirieii. 



THE PUESBYTEKIVN CilUIU^H OF (\\NADA. 

rier|;yiii«*ii In (;onii(M-(ioii u'itli tli(> Hynoii of tli«' >l)iritiiiie *'r(>viiic«*H of N'«-u 
ltriiiiH\t if'k iiiid l'riii<«> K«i\vur(l InIhikI. 

IMIKSHVTKUY OT ST. .lOlIN. 

Retired — Revs James Hennet, I) I), St John; Lewis .Jack, Springfield: ' 
Mc(i McKay, New (ijasgow, N S; James (iray, M A, Susse.v. 

In Active Servii-e -James S Mullen, Nashwaak and Stanley; J K Beari^i' , 
(ilassville ; L (i Ma<iieill, M A, St Andrew's, St John ; T F Fotheringham, Si 
John's, St John ; William I'eacoek, iSt James and Union ; (leorge Rruce, i> i 

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St David's, St Jolin ; William Koss, it a, Princi' \Villi;iin ; .1 A McLean, n A, 
Harvey aiul Acton; A A M;ickcn/,ie. D s c, St Stephen : J M Kuliinson. u A, 
St John's, Ntoiicton ; A W Malion. K a, (rreenock, St Anilrevvs ; Daiiii'l Fiske, 
I? A, riorcnccville. etc; .Ianic«< h'oss. ii a, SiiixTiiifcndi'iit of Mis>ioiis, St 
.lohii, West ; W McDonald, it a, St Panl's, FrecU'ricton ; A J Lndd<. Con- 
nors, etc ; Thomas Corlieit, SoMtli Itich-nond; Atniri'w I'.oyd Pisarint <> ; A \V 
Lewis, Waweig, etc; J A McLean. Spiin^lield, etc ; F ^V Mm ray. >rdlto\vn; 
D McD Clark, ( iiipman. etc; .lames liiirijjess. Carletoii ; K (r Vans. Bnc- 
tiMiche; Donald Fraser, !lam|)ton, etc; .1 S Sntherland. Sussex : (J •" I'rini,'ie, 
Kincardine, etc; \V \\ Kainide. Calvin, St .John ; D .1 Fiaser, N St Stephen's, 
St. John; .Jas Whiteside, St I'aid's. Woodstock; Arthnr S Morton, Fairville; 
A D Fraser, St ( ieorye, etc ; Thomas MilU-r, Kichmond : .1 I> McKav, Dor- 
chester; II (r ( iratz, Andover, etc; Harvey H Morton, Hothesay and Port- 
land; Fdwin Smith, Shediac, etc; C D Atclmosh, (Jrand F>ay, .lenisalem, 
etc; A H F((ster, Riverside, etc; Alex Anhihald. Salina. 
Without Charge— .Jcdin Hawley, C! W Irwin. 

Wii, 1,1AM W. Raixnik, Clerk. 

rKKsitYri:iiY or MiUAMHin. 

Retired — Rev Thomas, Nicholson. Rivir < 'harlo. 

In Active Service— T < J .lohnstone. Riackville and Derby; X McKay, I» I), 
St .John's. Chittham; William Ailken, St .James, Newcastle; .J D Murray, 
Red Hank, etc; .Jcdin Robertson, M a, Rlack River; A F Carr, M A, Camp- 
liellton; .1 M Sntherland, New Carlisle; A F ThomM.n, Rathurst ; W T 
r.nice, y\ D. Tahiisintac and I'.iirnl Church; (ieor<;o Fi<her. n A, Dalhonsie; 
.1 K McLiire, Ii A. Harcourt and Mill Rtanch : W C ('aider. Loiririeville ; <i 
F Kinnear, is A, New Richmond; ,J M McLeod, n i), New Mills and Charlu ; 
.Joseph Barker, Fscnminac; D I'rascr. Riehilmcto :ind Kingston. 

Vacant — Hass River and Nicholas River; St Andrews, ('hatlwim. 

Ordained Missionaries ,1 W Crawford, Flatlands and Metajtedia : D Mac- 
intosh, Don^dastown and Nelson; F> W Johnstone, N Riamlon and Cara(inet. 

N. M< Kay, d. d., Clerk. 

!'I{kshyti;hy of I'lUNri; Mi\VAin) island. 
In Active Service — Alexander Sterling,'. Clifton and Cranville: .V McLean 
Sinclair, Belfast; John Siiiherl.and, Caledonia : John (iillis. Murray Harhor 
morth); .\dam ( Jumi, it .;. Cardigan ; Archibald (iuim, liloomfield, O'Leary, 
et<-; A S Stewart. W.iodvilh'; Fwcii (iillis, Mnrrav Harbor isouth); Malcolm 
Campbell, Strathalbvn ; D H McLeod. M A, Orwell; W H Spencer, n A. 
Montague; Hoderh-k McLi an, Vallcvlleld ; J W .Mt'Kenzie. u A, St Peter's 
I'.ay; T F Fullei ton. St Janu's, Charlotteiown ; F M Dill, n D. Summerside; 
D Sutherland, Zion, Charlottetown ; Charles Mi Kay, Lou<r River and Ken- 
MHirton; John K Fraser, » a, Alberton ; J M I"i>iicr, r. a, Princetowii ; (ieu 
Millar, li a, Brooktiel.i, etc ; .\ W K Herd man, (ieor-.'ctown ; J F McCurdy, 
It a, Hampton, Trvon, etc ; James R McKav. Sonris, Bay Fortune, etc; J(r 
Mclvor. 15 I). West and Clvde Rivers; A D" McDonald, H I,. TiK'nish, Mont- 



rose, etc; A (raise. Mount Stewart ; (J C Robciison, Cavindish, etc. 
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McLean, T Stewart, A B hickie. H H M..riierson. D MrDoupall. A MeLeaa 
Sinclair. .J S Carrulliers, J S Sntlierland, (J A Leek. .J V Forbes, K M Dill 
uiul Willanl MeI)()naM, Ministers; Dr Stewart, J I) Mc(irej?or, Hon K 
Kojjers, Jnd^e Forlies. Judge Tnienian, l)r Jiinie.s Walker, II Murray, K 
JJaxter and Hugh McKenzie. 

Sennte — Principal I'olldk, (hainnan; the Professors of the rollejje, Dr 
Forrest, Dr McKae, T ( iimniins;. A Simpson, II II McPherson, (i Bruce, T 
I'owier, K Laing, .las farrutliiTs, (' Monro and \V P .Archibald, Ministers; 
Prof McDonald, Prof Murray, Dr A H McKay and R Murray. 

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A (iandicr, A Howman, J K IVaser, J K Miinro, I) McD(»nald, A Simpson, 
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Ko'^s, T V Fullerton, D Henderson, David Wrisrht. A IXJunn, .losseph Mc('(\t. 
Minister^; John Willet, D Dunlop, K Haxtcr, J S Smith,'!' CantU-y, A M 
Jlill, Will Frew, Isaac Cniijliton, Kldcrs. 

Ain/nn iitatiou — Faviorn vS'ction — K Smith, Convener ; J F Forhcs, Daniel 
MctircLTor, .las Sinclair, . I II Chase, TImw Fowler, A Itoliertson. Dr Bruce. F 
J) Millir, TC Jack I) McMillan. W Aiikcns. K S P,avne. D MH lillivray, J 
A Cairns, (J Liior.'on, W II Spence, \V \V Kainnie. Ministers; TC Janjet, 
J D Mc(ire;^or, II \V Cameron, .1 B Calkin and .Iud;:e Forbes. 

F')iri(/)i Missioinv l*]ast<'rn Section— A I'alconer, Convenei ; F Smith. L (^ 
Macncil, D Mc(ircyor, A F Carr, David Sutherland, Dr Morrisim, Alfre<4 
dandier, .1 A Mctilas'ian, Ministers; .1 K Bl.iir. D McDonald, I'-lders. 

^finisliin' Widoirs (ind Orp funis J'lnid — Fafiterii Section -It Laing, Con- 
vener; Dr Patterson, Dr T Sedgwick, A McLean, A McLean Sinclair, J Mr- 
Lean, Jas Carrnthcis, A F 'rh(jm|)son, Ministers; R Baxter, (i Mitchell, Dr 
A II McKay, J I) M.tJrcgor. 

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vener: II II McPheisim, T <! .lohnsion, C McKimion, N B Dickie, (Jeorpp 
I'^isher, .1 R Coflln, A McLean Sinclair. D I"'rascr, C Monro, J II Chase, W 
Dawson, Dr \ W McLeod, (J Leek, .James Sinclair, F S Bavne, Dr Pollock, 
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George Steel, Secretary, St J»din (North). 
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fnee. Cent«'nary, Jolm Head; supernumerary, Henry Pope, D l). Exmonfk 
Street, .loh Shenion. Portland, (Heorge Steel, Secretary of ( 'onferenee. Carlf 
•on, William Peinia : supernumerary, H .1 Clarke. Carmarthen Street, .lames 
Crisp. Courtenay Hiv. William B Tennant. Fairville, (ieorgeW Fisher 
Zion C;hurch, Robert Wilson, I'n l>. Sussex. Charles W Hamilton; A(piill;« 
Lucas, leave o( absence; Fh'tcher H W Pickles, Conference Kvangelisl. 
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h]<iwin F-vans, d i>. Fpham. Li'oiianl .1 Wason. St Martins, .losiah B 
(Jhainpion, iimler the siipi'rintt'iulciice of TlKmias Stelil)iiii;s. .lorusalcm, J 
Spicer (Irt'jxg, » A. Wi'l^funl, Alon/.o |) McCully. it d. Kin;.'st()n. Allu'i-t E 
Parkins, lindcr the siipt'rint»Muiem«' (if(Ji<>m(' Sti-el. StU(l<Mits, L K M*-- 
I)(tnal(I, RCI Kiilton. Leavi' of ahscncc, \V II Hrvcnton, V,' .] i'.iichanan, R 
J Campbell. President of Conference, ciiainiian ; (ieorjje W Kisher, linancial 
secretary. 

FUKDKRlrTc^N DlSTIUrp. 

Fredericton, Jolni .1 Teas<laie; siipi'rniimeraries, (Icor^o H I'ayson. .John J 
Colter, 8 T H. Kin^Kclear, Medley D Marr. A li. Marvsvilli'. Waldron W 
Hrewer. (iibson, Kdwiii C TiinuT. Nasliwaak, Kdward Hell. Stanley, to be 
supplied under the superinlendencf of ivlwiinl lU'll. Hoit stowti, Robert W 
J Clements. Keswick, William W'.iss. SIk flicld, .Joseph l*;irkins. (irand 
Lake, Isaiic N I'arktT. (lairclown, Nid McLaii;,'hlin, A li. .1 .» Teasdale, 
chairman, II I> Marr, financial sccr«>lary. 

WOODS roc Iv 1)ISTIU(T. 

Woodstock, Douglas Ch:ipman. l> o. Canterbnry. Harry Harrison, A u. 
JacksonvilU', William H Spar;;o. Ilartlaiwl, < leorjje \ Ross, tinder the super- 
intendence of hou^las Chapman. Riclimoinl, I'^lias Slaci-,f>inl. Kl'ireiiccville, 
< ieorye .V Seller, Levi J Leard. LincUay, .John hy-tani, iiiuler the superin- 
tendence of William II Spariro. .Andover, .Juhu F I'-slcy. I'pper Kent, 
Alfred K Lel'aj.;e. Student, II Staidcy Yoi;iiu'. L< ive of alienee, W K 
Smith. D Chapman, chairm:iu ; W II Spar^jo, linaneial secretary. 

MIKAMICIII lilSTItHT. 
Chatham, (leor^*- M Yoimj;. NcwcasiKv .lohu \ (lark, a m: supernum- 
erary, < Jeor;,'!' IIarri>»on. I )i'rby, I'muk Iii/./.le. Kirhjliiicto. \ViHiam Law- 
son, li ctouche, ( harles II Maualou. Ilatcmri, William V. .JohusdU, A H. 
Hathurst, William ILirrison. ( ampbcllton, Willi;im .\ Thom-ou. Student, 
Kriiest M Smith. John A Clark, chairu)!in ; Willimu Harrison, linaneial 
secretary. 

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*.'omit .Allison I'liiversity, ( 'buries Stewart, D l>, I'rofe^siu' oi' TheoioKV ; Cliii* 
H Paisley, A M, I'rofc<sor Church HistMiy and New 'i\stament F.xe^'esis ; 
Ralph I'recken, D D, Profrr-sor Hoinilelii s. TatUramur, Idiniel W Chowen, 
under the stiperintendeiit fSaimiel HowmpI. Point de Uute, .Joseph Seller 



A M. Paie \'ertc. Sibis .Jatii«'s, I'.avli-'ld, Fdiiuiiid Kiimsav 



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(Central). Wilson W I.od<;e. .Motictni) i Wt^b-v .NIemoriali. Robert S Crisji ; 
supernumeraries, .John Prime. Stephen T Teed. Sunny I'rae. Herbert K 
Thonms, under the superiiilendence of Wilson W Lo(l^(•. Sbediac, William 
C Matthews. Dorchotef Widlaii' M 'riiomas Albeit. Charles ("ninbeii. 
Alma, .John H (ioiiuli Hillsboro. Tboiiias Allen. Petit. odiac, IIil>bert R 



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St Stejdien, '1 luuna-. Mar-hall, Milliown. Stephen II Pice St Andrews. 
.J(din C H«'rry St D.ivid, Is lac Howie ; ndlress ( )ak Mav. St .James, M R 
Knight, M A. Old l\id;.;e, Henry C Kief, iitider the siiperiiKeiideuce of S II 

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Rice. Boeabec, H Hedley Tlalderstctne, A n. Deer Island, to he supplied 
under the rfuperinte'idence of John (' Beirio. (Jrand Manati, Sedgewick A 
Bayley. (S II Kice, chaiinian ; .J C Berrie, linancial secretary. 

CHAHT.OTTETOWN DISTKK T. 

("harlottetown ( First Church), (u'orge M Caiii|ihell ; supernumerary. D H 
Lodge. Char)«)ttet()\vn '^firace Churdi), William.) Kirhy. ('ornwall. (ieorye 
F Dawson, M A. Little York, Kich.'ird Opie. Winsloc, Alexander I) Mc- 
Leiid. Townal, William .1 Howard, u D. Vernon River, James W McCon- 
nell, i{ A. Montague. Henry Penna. Murray Harh(»r, John S Allen. Souris, 
John .V Ives. Mount Siew.irt. .lacoh He.aney, A H, under the suijcrintendence 
of Richard Opie. (jeo M ( amphell, chairuuui ; R Opie, financial secretary. 

SI MMKKSIDE DISTRICT. 

Summerside, Howard i^prague. D D. Bedetpie, George (' P Palmer; A (' 
lU'll. s T H. leave of al»sencc. Tryon. Thomas Hicks. Margate, Frederick \ 
Wiglitman. (iranvillc and Hiuitcr River. Henry Pierce, n A. liitleford, 
William R Pepper. AUiertou. John (Joldsmilli. West ("ape, A Eugene 
Chapman, n a; address Maddock, Lot S. II Sprague, chairman; (r C P 
Palmer, linancial secretary. 

l'iilv;«"«lty «»f Blount .AIIiMdii <"oll«'j{«*' 

Corporation of ISnj-S. P.oarii of Regents— The Rev .Tohn Lathern. D i>, 
Chairman; Josiah Wood. D c i.. Treasurer ; Rev Cranswick .lost, li l), Secre- 
tary; lievs C Stewan, n d, tr S Milligin, ll d, Kdwin Kvans. p i>, Ralph 
Brecken, I) n, Douglas Chapman, D l>. B C Borden, D D, C II Paisley, M A, (Jeo 
J P.ond. 15 A, John Bead. .lalie/ A Rogers, Messrs David .Mli.son, T,r- D, .lairii-^ 
Hart, Alex (Jihs.-n. Jos L Black, Hon J S Pitts, J I) Chipman. M Sheflield. 
M I), J Wesley Smith, Wm Oxiey. K Macdonal.l, L L IWr. 

Representatives of .Vliunni Society on l^xianl H .\ Powell, Al A, M r, S W 
llnnton, M A, S D Scoii M A, W F (ieorge, C W Rohinson, m r i', Kev Wm. 
Dol)son. 

Representatives of Alumna' Society on Board — Mrs .\ N .\rchihald, Mr> S 
W Hiniion. 

Kxecutive Committee — Joseph \j P.l.u'k, Clunrtuan ; David .\llison, l-i. D, 
Si'cretary ; .losiah Wood. i> c i„ Rev C Stevrart, D n, Rev C IJorden, i» i>, S W 
Hunton, M A, Rev H ISrecken. i> i». II A Powell. M A, M r, .las M Palmer, M a. 
Win F (ieorge, Mrs A N Archihald, Mrs S W Hunton. 

Faculty of .Arts — David Allison, l,i, l>. President and Professor of Mentiil 
Philosophy and Logic; Rev Chas ."^tewart, D i>. Professor of Moral Philosophy 
and Fvidences of Christianity; .\ifred D Smith, l.'. D, Wood Professor ol 
Classics; .S W Hunton, M A. Professor of Mathematics; Rev W W Andrew-, 
MA, Professor of Chemistry and Kxperimental Physics; Rev BC Borden, M \. 
Professor of Political Science; Wm M(»rley Tweedie, M A, Profi'ssor of I']nu- 
li.sh Language and Liter;tture ; Kev K Brecken, D l>. Professor of Phih)so})liv : 
A B Tait, M A, Instructor in I'rench Lan<,Miage and Literature; ProfSmitli, 
LL l». Secretary of the Faculty; Prof Hunton, .M A, Librarian; Rev Prof 
Andrews, M A, Curator of the Museum. 

Faculty of Theology — David Allison. LL I), President (c.r o[firi'a), Professor 
of Logic and l*)ib!ical Literature; Rev Charles Stewart, l) D, Dean; C F Alii- 
si)u. Professor of Old Te-;tament Exegesis and Systematic Theology; Rev (has 
II Paisley, M a. Protessor of New Testament Exegesis and ' ' ii:, .• History: 
Rev Ralph Brecken, m a, d i>, Professor of Homiiefjcs. 



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Mount AIliHon A«ttid«>in,v Hiid Coiinnc rrlHl <'olle(;e. 

J M Palmer, M a, Principal, iMijj^lisli and Classics; K ' .ra<,nio, A u, A B 

Tait, A M (Ontario liiisincss Col Icifc), Commercial Department and Prencli; 

H II Parlee, Kn.'lisli ; Miss S Mumly. SIiomIi'txI and Typewriting'; Frank 

Ijicas. (ivinnasiuu); Ki'v C Stewart, D D, Cl;aplaiii. 

Mount Allison lAidies' Coll<*ti;<«, Owen's Art limritntion iin<l CivuHerviitorv of 

.MusU . Siiekville, \ H. 

Principal, Uev B C Borden, l> d; Preceptress, Mrs A N Ariliil»ald. 

i,Ai>ii;s' coM.KCii;. 

Board of Instruction — Hev P. C Piorden. D D, Plivsics ; Mrs A N Archiliald, 
Latin and ( ieometry ; Miss I. aura Liitliern, u A, Knu''!^'' L:>ni;najre and Lit- 
erature; Miss Louise \VeI»ster, lllociition and I'liysical Culture; Mis< .leanette 
L Thomas, n a, Malhemalics : Miss I'lsielle Cook, n a, Knu'lisli ; Miss Wiimi- 
tVed .lohnston, French; Miss S A Mundy. Shorthanil aiid Typewritinj;; Mi-^ 
Mirianj I-'nllerton, .Matron ; Miss iviith Ma-ter<. I Iuii>ekeeper. Stmlents in 
the several snltji'cts recpiiretl lor the 1>. \. dei.Mve will alleud the Cliisses ami 
Lectures provided in the Lniversity of Mnunt Allison College. 

owkn's aut iN'sriTirrioN. 
Teachinj; Stall' TM-oiessor .John llanuuond, u c a. an exhiliitor in the Paris 
Salon, Koyal Academy, London, National Academy of Hesi^'n. New York, 
and other leading; Art Ivxhiliitions of i'jiro|ie and .\merica; tlso a nuMuhei 
of the Boyal Canadian Academy with its liitrhest rank, il c A. Associate 
Teachers — ?»liss Fthcl ( );;ilen. Mi>s iiessic McLcod. 'l"he school commences 
August .Sdth. on the opcnimj of the colle^'iato year. The course of study will 
lie hased on the svstem in use in the hot Art School- of Fnrope, whi(di in- 
cludes freehan<l an<l model drawin;; from the llat an 1 antiiiue, paintinij from 
the cast, still life, llowers landsc.i|>e, marine, portrait, and the draped living 
model; also, pers()ective composition, modellini,', etching; ami china paintiiij;. 

( ONSKRVATOItY 0|- MrsK). 

Principal, Rev B C liorden, u i>. Stad'-Pi ano, Orpan and Theory, Prol' .1 
.1 Wootton, I. R A M. London, irraduate of Leipzig,' Conservatory, pupil ot 
Moritz Moskowski ; Piano, Miss Sarah M Williams, pupil of Frau Von 
tiromadzinska. Dn-sden; Piano, Miss Florence Chase. j)iipil of l'"rau \'on 
(iromadzinska. Dresden; Vocal Culture. Miss Sara .Jeeves, pupil of D'Knriii 
(Italy), Professor, ( Jpera Director and Hcllim:. Leipziu:; Vocal Cnnure ati.! 
Piano, Miss Peatrii'c Harrington, pnpil of Bohert Taylor, \'oi al Conler 
Piano; Violin, Harmony and Insirumentation. Charle.s L Chisholm, pupil ot" 
lldmond Sinj^MT, ( Jo't^chiiis, Klcni^el and Doppler, Stutt,i,';irt ; Assistant iii^ 
\iolin. Miss Dorothy Weill). ^r,-a(|iiate of Mount Allison Conservatory of 
Music; Exaniiner in Harmony, Dr Percy (hetschius, Koyal Wurteiidierg 
Professor, Professor of Harmony and Composition, Boston Conservatory. 



BAPTIST CONVKXTION OF MAKITIMK PROVINCES. 

EDLHATIONAl, 1 NSriTlTION.S. 

Aciidin lInlv«'rHlty.-Institiif(Ml A. D. is;{8. 

HuAlfK Ol'- liOVKKNORS. 

Rev Thomas Trotter. i» l>. President of the Universiiv, </ njjin'o. 

RetiriuK in I Sits — Rev T A Hi^'i-ins. D D, Rev J W Manniuu, ii a, lion .1 



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HAPS AND GLOBES AT J. & A. McUILLAN'S. 

\V .lolinstono. D v L. II II Aver, Kev (i .1 C Wltite, n a, II . Crosby, Hon T 
i\ ni;nk, M I' 1", Hev E M SannderH, D D. 

Kotirlnj: in r.»(»l — Hcv S M Kt'rnpton, l> o, (' W Hoscoe, m a, II ('('reed, 
w A. Kt'v F M Y(>iitij», I'll u, W I'SliaHinT, m a, Hcv A Colnton, m a, Williani 
(."imiPiin^s, K I) Kill)?, m a, ti <*. 

lu'tiriny; in 1 ♦.'01 -lion A F Handolpli, Rt-v I) H SinipHon, M A, F II 
F.aton, M A, K (i llaU-y, it a, A I* Sliand, Kov ,1 A (Jordon, M A, C 15 
AV hidden, A W Sterns. S B Keinpton, Secretarys A Cohoon, Treasurer. 

Fxeiutive Cormnittee of the l>oard of (tovernors — Kev I)r Trotter, Rev A 
< ..lioon. W I' Shallner, C W Koseoe, Rev I)r Higgins, A P Sliand, S B 
Keinpton. 

Coniiniltie on Investments — K Kin<r. U <', Hon I) MeX Parker, A W 
??lerns. C \V Roseoe, Hon .1 P Chipnian, l\ev .\ ("ohoon. 

Finanee Committee— Rev Hr Trotter, A P Shand, F H Eaton, (' W Roseoe. 

rKIVKIlSITY SKNATK. 

Rev .\ W Sawyer, i> D, i-i, D, Moderator; I) V Hig;<,'iiis, IMI D, Vice-Moder- 
ator: L F Wortinan, M A. Secretary; Rev K M Keirslead, D d, Treasnrer. 
The Professors of the Fniversity and the Principals of tlie Academy and 
Scminnry. fx njjicin. 

Retiring.' in IIHH) Rev W 11 Warren. M a, .1 Parsons, ii A, (r V Hay, M A, 
lion .1 \V Fotiirley. m a, nr l,. Kev .1 W Bancroft, n A, A I>eW Barss, M A, 
iu'v W H Roliinson, M A. H .V i-ovett, n A, iNuss A 'i Jackson, M A. 

RetiriiiK' in lH(i:;— Rt-vS McC llhick. M A. Urr A ('Chute, H A, VV F Parker, 
K A, Hon II R I'minerson, M A, Rev J H McHonald. m a. Rev (MI Martell, 
H A. Rev (i () (Jates, M A, F \V Snwyer, It A. Kev \V (' (!oUch»'r, H A. 

Retirin^^ in l'.t(»t» — Hon .Jnd^'e Ciiipman, M A, Rev .J 1) Freeman. M A, Rev 
AV N Ihmiiins. m a. Rev Ceo R White, li A. J B Hall. I'll D. Rev J B Mor- 
tal), Ii A, Rev II F \V:«rin«r, M A, Rev F II Reals, m a. Rev F P Cold well. 

lActi/rv OK iNsTi<r(;Ti()N. 

Rev Tlio-i Trotter, d d. President of tlu' I'liiversity and Professor of Pas- 
toral Theology and llomiletics; Rev A W Sawyer, l) l», I,L I), Professor of 
Psyilu)lo>;y and Mcta|i!i;,>ics ; I) F I liu^jins, At a, IMI D, Professor of .Mathe- 
matics; R V Jones. M A, r:i d, J W Barss. Professor of the (ireek and Latin 
haiivriiapes ; Rev F M Kcirstead, M A, D D. Profe.ssor of Fnylish Literature and 
Moral Philosophy; A 10 Coh'.well, M A. Professor of Chemistry and ( ieolo^'y ; 
L F Worlipan, M a, Professor of French and ( Jerman ; .1 I'' Tufts, M A, Mark 
Curry Professor of History and Politi<'al F<'onomy ; F R Haley, M A, Alumni 
Pri'fcssor of Physics and Astronomy; F W Sawyer, H A, .\ssistant Professor 
in Latin and Fnylish : W F Ko.scoe. «i c. M A, Lecturer on Contracts; Prof 
4oldwell, Curator of Museum; Prof Wortman, Rej^istrar ; Pn)f F W Sawyer, 
Lihrarian. Horton ColleKiHte Arailemy.-Foutidwl in 1S2.S. 

Instiuctors - I P> < )akes. M A, Principal, M.-itlieniatics and S.-icnce; F W 
Sawyer, M A. Latin and Cn't'k ; (har'es F Morse, it A, Mathematics and Fnjj- 
ri>li ; L F Wormian. M A, French ; (i D McFinnon, i« A, sc. Manual Trainin^j. 

The Academv is under the control of tiw < rovernors of the University, and 
its ( ourses of Study will he Uvtermined hy ilie Senate of the Iniversity. 

AeadiH SeiiiiiiHry. 

Instructors — Adelaide F True, M A, Principal, Latin, History of .\rt; Adella 
<i .Ia<'ksnn. M A, Siwme. Mathcuiatics ; Winifred (J Crowdl, Fn>rlish, Ilis- 
:orv ; Ida F McLeo<!, I'rcnch and Cerruan ; lOllen M I-'ieeman, Drawing am! 



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Voiiv; Ht'ssif MrNally, IMiysical Ciiltnrf ; llattic 15 Stn 
and 'l\|>e-writin;r; Sadie 11 KaUs. (are of tin; Sick. 

The Sfininary is under the tlinctioiKif the ( iovernor (»f the I'niversitv. In 
its adininirttratinii and classes, it is |iraclically distinct iiuni the other depart- 
ments. Any yonny hidy, wIm) presents to tiie CoUe-e Faculty a certilicate, 
that she_ has satisfactorily cotiipUted the work of the ( nHc^riale ('ourse. includ- 
ing Latin, to the close of the tliird year, will he admitted to niatricidation. 

ItdHrd «>t' rtir<'i|{ii ^IImhUiiim. 

Kcv (i () (Jates, I-esident; Kev J A <;oi<lon, Viie l»resi«lent ; llev .1 \V 
MaiMiinf?, Secretary-Treasurer 

Kelirinj; in l.sys— Kov .1 \V Manninu, II.v VV V, IliiiKon, Kev (J Otiates, 
Kev W K Mcinlyre, K M Sipprell. 

KeliriuK in ISli'.)- Kev (J li White, Kev J H ilutrhes, Kt'V K K Dalev, KeV 
J I) Freeman, Mont McDonald. 

Ketirin^ in llXMt— Thomas S Simnis, Charles F ( lineh, Thomas I, llav, Iia 
a Keirsiead, Kev .1 A (imdin. 

AVoiiieirs Itapti^t MisNloiinry rnioti. 

I'resideiit -Mrs J W Maiming, St .J«»hn. Vice-l'resiilents— Mrs I* W 



Foster, Aiadia, Yarmouth <MUiitv. N S: Mrs \V F Mclnl 



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(Queens County, N 15; Mrs M (' lliygins. North Kiver, I' K i'. Tre 
Mrs Matv Smith, Amherst, N S. Correspond in<,' Seeri-tary Mis Henry 
Everett, St .John, N l\. Provincial Secrttarii >— Miss A K Johnstone, I)art- 
niouih, N S; Mrs Mar]L;aret S (ox, Chipman, (Queen's (o, N H; Miss M C 
Davis, Chiirlotletown, I' F I. \u<litor — lion T K Mlack, Amherst, N S. 

It(iiir<l <il' iluiiiv MiHniotiH. 

W K Doty, Ilehron, Chairman; Win Cornin>^, Chej;>»ojj;in, \'iee-Cliairnian. 
Kev A Cohoon, m a, WollVillc. (Mrre^ponding Secretary: Kev .1 \V Tin^ley, 
Ilehron, Kec<inlinjj; Secretary; itev A Cohoon, Treasurer; I'rof A I*] ( idd- 
W(dl, M A. Auditor. 

KetiriiiK in lS'.»S-.\ C Kohhins, Kev A Cohoon, M A, J il (ioudev, Kev J 
W Ting ley. M A, \V K Do'y. 

Ketiring in IM)!)- Kev ,1 il Foshav, M \. William Corning', Kev J II 
Saunders, Kev T A Klackadar, n v. Kev II A (iitlin. 

KetiriiiK in l!)(i() Kev M W Krown, Kev W F Parker, Kev D II Mc- 
C^uarrie, M A, Kev I' K l-'oslir, K.v f* S MciircKor. 

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Kev K M Samider«i, u l>. Secretary - 
Treasurer. 

Ketirini; in 189H— J C DnuiarcM], William Davies, Kev F M Saunders, I) i>, 
Hon .1 W Johnston, F D Shand. 

Kelirinj,' in is".*'.)— I Ion D McN Parker, M D, K N P.eekwith, J Parsons, 
Kev W F Hall, Kev M W lh..wn. 

Ketirinj,^ in IIHIU— A Simpson. J W SpunUii, Moiit McDonahi, Kev C II 
Martell, Kev S H Kempion, !> d. 

T>i«) ilH|itiHt Iiislitiitc. 

President, Rev C W Corey, A m; Nice-Presidents, Kev Z I> Fash, Kev (i K 
White, Kev David Pri«'i- ; Secretary -Treasurer, Kev K N Noiih's. 

Fxe<iilive Connnittee The President atid Secretary, associated with Kevs 
J H Foshay, J D Fsceiiian and W II Warren. 

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Tilt* HHpliHt Aitiiiiily ANHiM'iulloii, 

I'rcsid.nt, A D Yi'ixa; Vir«-I'risi.kiits, M S Hall,.! (J McXally, Ht-v W 
K Mi'lntvrc aiu! Kev lifo Howard; Kecuitlin^ Secrt?tary, lluvelock Coy; 
Trcasuri-r, Hon A i'" Kainlolph. 

Diri'tiors— J W Spunlfii, H (' Cri-i'd, .1 W Tal»or, H Kveitlt, Wm IJnulltv, 

John T Ciurk, Daiiifl IJal.hitt, Ktv K D Kivine, l{v\ K I) Davidson, T H 

Hall. L I' Karris, .M i- I', luv K M JUnoii, Dr F W Harbour, V VV Porter and 

il (" Henderson. 

ItHiitiHi iSook and Tract Horliity. 

OrticerH— President, Hot> D McN Parker, M D, i» <■ i,, Halifax; Vice-Presi- 
«lentH, A 1' .Sliand, Windsor; Hev K J (irant, Sussex ; Kev J (.' Spurr, C aveu- 
dish, P K I ; Kev C H Martell, Upper ('anaril, N S. Treasurer, (Jeo A Mi- 
lkmaid, Halifax. 

Hoard of Direclois — Hev J W Mannin;,', St .John : J (' Humaresq, Halifax ; 
JUv W K Hail, Halifax; A L Wood, Halifax; liev J K (Jouelier, Halifax. 
Hev I) A Steele, Atnherst; W L Harss, Halifax; J Parsons, Halifax; C I! 
Wliiddeii, AiitJKonisli ; W I>avies, Halifax; Hev .1 W Hamrofl, Sprinj? Hill; 
]\ev S H Kenipton, Hartinoutli, N S; Kev M P i'"reein:in, Hilltown ; lion A 
F HaiidMipli, Fredenrion ; l>r H H Kea<l, Halifax; li H Faton, Halifax ; 
Hev 1) «i M.Donald, Ntutli Sydney; Kev A (' Chute, Halifax ; Kev J H 
launders, .Milion, N'arnioutli Co; K»'V (i () (iates, St .John; Hev J A (lorilon, 
St J(»hn. Secretary, <ieorge A McDonald; Auditor, H M King. 

Committee of Management — A L Wood, S H Kempton, i) i>, Wm Davies. 

MiiilHtors ill N«*\v ItriiiiHwick aii«l TriiiGU Kdward Island. 



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.It-mseg; A F lirown, Campliellton ; C C Burgess, Dorchester; H M iiynoii. 

Lewisville, Mom Ion; .Jus A Cahill, Centrtville ; Wellington Camp, Hills- 
horo; (i M W ( arey, D it. Si .Iwlm; I W Carpen er, ("anterhury Station, York 
Co; .J H ('Ijampion, Sussex; H A Charlton, Centreville, Carleton Co ; 1 I'. 
( (tlwell, Hivtrside, Alhert Co; .John (oomhs, CuinhiTland Point, (Queens Co ; 
E (J Corey. P»noi)S(piis ; W W ( 'orey, liounilary Creek, Westmorland Co: 
S ir Cornwall, u A, St Martins; ( alvin Currie, (Jreen Koad, Carleton Co; F 
K Haley, ii a, St .lohn ; 1' !> Davidson, Fredericton ; S 1) Krvine, HatJield- 
Pdiiil, Kings Co; H <i I'lstahrook, i; a, I'etitcodiac ; Augustus j-'reeman, it \, 
M;uig«'rvillt', Sunliury Co ; .1 D I' reeiuaii. I'lvdrricton ; I'^ K (lanong, St John ; 
(i < M iiiifs, M A, Si .John; Joshua (Joodwin, St John; .J A Ciordon. M A.St 
.John (west); W (' (ioucher, ii A, St Stephen; Michael (Jross, Surrey, Alheri 
Ci»; N iMiross, St Li-onard s, ( irand l"':dls; .J (J Harvey, Centreville, Carle- 
ton Co; H H llaywanl, I'loreiiceville, Carleton Co; Charles Henderson, 
I'pper (iagetown ; F<l\vard Hicksoii, M A, St .John (west) ; W !'> Hinson, M a. 
Moncton ; l-l/eUiel Hopper. Dawson Sittlenicnt ;< ieorge Howard, Macna(]Uai. 
YiirkCo; .John H Hughes St .John; 10 (' .Jenkins, Andover; l\lias Keir- 
stead, ('(dinii. Kings Co; S W Keirstea<l, Dawson Selileinenl ; '1' W Keirstead. 
Hothesay; (>sw;dd N Keith, Havelotk Coriu-r ; M P King, i)oaktown; iVtii 
H Knight, Fower l-'iencli \illage; A H leavers, St < ieorge ; Millege Fewi-. 
Fiiuisden, All)erl ( (> ; .J W Manning, is A, M .J(din , W i> Maii/.t-r, St Mary-: 
S C Moore, Watcisidr. Alhert Co; T M Miinro, Piunfield Centre. Charlntt. 
Co; Alex M<' Arlliur, St ..lulm; A H .M;icdonald, .hiiiscg. (j'ueeus ( i- : W I. 

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Mclutyrt', It A, CliiptiiiiM; N A McNi-il, it a, Iliiiiiptoi) Village; MimiH-l 
Nalfs, Wuodstnck ; M Norinantiy, MfLaiiclilaii K(.a«l, Kent ("o ; IM ) lUv, 
Zealaiul Station, York to; Adam A liiitinlgf, Climirs Mills; J W Kiit- 
It'dj^'e, W(»(Klslufk ; II J Sliaw, Windsor, Carletoii Co; .1 L Shaw. St John; 
Frederick T Snell, Ilavelock, Kind's Co; (i W Springer, .Jeinsej,', (Queens Co ; 
J C Steadinan, Salislxirv ; (> K Sleeves, Newcastle; Calelt J Sleeves, I'pper 
Neweastle; Thomas Todd, Woodstock; W C Tctwnseii.l, Narrows; Ahel 
Washliurn. St Martins; .1 I) Wetmore, Hampton Station; (m'o H White, 
It A. Kairville, St John; M 1! Whitman, it a, Alma; II I) Wordeii, Andover; 
J W S Yoiin>,', (ireen Ihish, York Co. 

Prince Kdward Island -Henry Carter, SpriiiKlleld, I'riiue C^o ; C W Corey, 
It A.Charlottetown ; M C Iliy^rins, it a. North Itiver; K A Kidsoii, I)iinda>; 
K A MelMiee, Kingshoro' ; havid I'rice, Tryon ; A C Shaw, Annandale; .J 
C Spnrr, it a, I'ownal ; W II Warren, m a, ("entral Hede<pie. 



FRKi: CHRISTIAN BAPTISTS. 

Oflh^erH of the (ieiifrHl Coiilereiice uikI Itiiurds. 

Ministers' Conference — Kev E (iray, Moderator; Ktv J T .''arsons. Corres- 
ponding Secretary. 

Kxeentive— Kevs .1 T Parsons, K (Jray. John I'erry, J N I'arnes. 

General Conlerence — Hev (iideon Swim, .Moderator; K( v F (' Hartley, 
Assistant Moderator; Kev J McKeod, Corresponding Secretary; I) McLeotI 
N'iiiee, Kecording Secn-tary ; I >r J I; Ihiinett, Assistant Hecording Secretary ; 
James Patterson, 'i'reasurcr ; Hon (r K I'oster, D i' I,, .M l', .\iiditor. 

Conlerence K.xcciiiive- Kev (iideon Swim, I) .McKeod Vince, Kevs (i A 



Hartley, Joseph McLcod, C T Phillins, J W Clark, David 
I'loard of Managers- -Kevs (i A Hartley, H S Palmer, 
Jleine, James (Jood, F J Clark. 



Fong. 

A C Smith, W H 



Executive Commillee of Home Missions — liev David Fong, Corresponding 
Si'cretarv; Kev J W Clark, Treasurer; Kevs F C Hartley, it a, (i F Cnrrie, 
CT Phillips, W <• Keirstea.l. 

Foreign Mission Executive — Ifev (i l"' Curric. Corresp(»nding Secretary; 
E W Slipp, Treasurer ; (i A Hartley, Wm Peters, Ahraham Perry, (iideon 
Swim, J N Piarnes. 

Executive ofSahhath Schocds .Iiimes McCready, ( orresponding Secretary ; 
T F Alexander, Kevs W H Perry, .\ (i l»o\viicy, J P> Daggett. 

Executive of Sick and Di^aldcd .Ministers' Socii>ty — (liileon McFeud, Trea- 
surer; Kevs(i A Hartley, C T Phillips, F P. (iray,"T \anwart. 

NAMKS Ol' ORDAINKD M I NISTI•■.R^<, WITH I'llKIR rO.s'P OKl'ICK AI>l)in:s.Si;.<. 

Kevs Joseph Nohle, Woodstock ; John i'errv, ( onnell, Carleton Co; (ieoA 
Hartley, West End, St John; Thos Connor, Woodstock ; J T Parsons, Maiys- 
ville, York (o; J N Karnes, Stanley, Y<>rk Co; TS \aiiwart, Somerville, 
Carleton Co; TO DcWitt, Fincolii, Suidjiiry Co; Joseph McFeod, D D, Fred- 
eri( ton ; I'ilijah (Iray, Centrcvillc, Carleton Co; (J T Phillips, Woodstock ; 
J S Jones, ( averliill: T W ( arpenter, Carpenter, (.iueen>^ Co; J Henderson, 
Nashwaasis; W DeWare, Tracey's .Mills, CarleK.n Co; J Wesley Clarke, St 

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John; II»nry Hart, .liicksontown ; J J Huriit'H, Hnth ; C K Kidoout, Hutli , 
.Jdliii II Mrlt, S;m .Antonio, Tt-xitH; O N Mott, HliHsvillc, Snnhiiry Co; (i \\ 
KosttT, Ilanipsloatl, (^uci-ns ('(»; ({ Frnnii', Tr.if -y's .Milln, Carloton Co 
H II Nolili'S, Snsst'X ; \V II I't-ny, North Ili-atl, (iranil Man.in ; (iidcon Switn, 
A|)oha(|ni, Kinjjs Co; .\ II Mcl.ood, Lt-wislon, .Mt' ; C H I.fwis, NVickhani, 
t^iifi'ns Co; Knd C Hartley, a ii, Kri-dcricton ; II Allt-n Honnt'll, Hrown'- 
Klats; I. finiu'i A Cosinan, Kingston ; David Lon^', St. John (North); ,\hra- 
hani I'crry, I.owor Kidji*- ; Ati I)ownt'y, N'irtoria Corner, CarU'ton Co ; Irvine 
Ilarvi-y, Whitt' Ili'ad Island, iirand Manan ; W K Hi-nd, I.owiston, Mv\ S J 
IV'rry, (it-ary, Snnhnry Co; J Holti-n I)a>,'>,'t'tt, llartland, Cark'lon Co; Krank 
A Cnrrit-r, rpinr ( ia^'iMown ; VV C Kcirhtead, Frederifton ; I)avid rullerson, 
Wilson's lii'atii, ('ainpohclh*. 

(iKNKKAl- COM'KHKNCI': I-ICK.NTI A rKM. 

L .\ l-'cnwick, Acadia ColI(jj;»>, WolfvilU', N S; S J Case, Now Hampton 
New Hampshire; A H Williams, Iloyt, SnnhnryCo; C T Coomhs, Sontli 
anipton ; A Stoi'j,'er, .Month Keswick; FS Hartley. 

.N.\Mr;.S OF I'l.KllK.S AND rUKASf KKIt.M dl' IHSTItK.'T .M lOKTI.NOS, WITH TlIKlll 

ru.ST OEFICK AI)|>K1';SSF..><. 

I''irst histrict F C r.loodsworth, Clerk, Ipper Kent, Carleton Co; Samuel 
I'arker, Treasnier, Hath, Carleton Co, Second Histrict — Win J < )wens, Clerk, 
Tracey's Mills, Carleton ( o ; .\mos W Hideont, Trciisnrer, I'eel, Carleton Co. 
Third Histrict — Woodltiny Shepjiard, (leik. Month Keswick; Peley Smith, 
Treasnier, Fredericton. l-uMtih Histr it t— .lames S Kinney, ( lerk, Cromocto 
Suid)nryCo; .Major .Mexandrr, Treasurer, Fri'dericton Jnnclicm. I""ilth His- 
trict — Isaac Carpenter, (jerk, Carpenter, (^neens Co; (J J Worden, Treasnrer, 
Wiekliam, (^neens ( (I. Sixth Histrict — (i W Sharp, Clerk, Midland, Kinj,'s 
(>o ; C W Weyman, Treasuier, .\poliaqni, Kings Co. Seventh Histrict — Win 
Peters, Clerk, St .John; L Hnnphy. Treasnrer, St John (North F.nd). 

\VoniHi!*.s MisHioiiiiry Sot;iety. 

President, Mrs A (Smith; \' ice-Presidents, Mrs Stephen Harker. Mrs (' 
H lOhbelt, .Mrs C W Weyman; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs C W Weyman 
Reconlin^ Secretary, Mrs J Mcl.eod ; ^Assistant Kecordinj^ Secretary, .Mis I> 
McI.eo<l N'iine; Hume Secretary, Mrs Henry Hartt; Treasnrer, .Mrs H M« - 
Leod \'inct'; .Auditor, Mrs M I'cnwick. Hoard of .Manaj^ers-Mrs William 
Peters, Mrsti .A Hartley, .Mrs J N I'.arnes. Mrs H Lcmg, .Mrs H .McI.e(H) 



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UKFOUMKL) 1:PISC()I».\L churcii. 

Saint Paiil'.s, .Moncton, N H -Rector, Kev J Fasthnrn Hrown. 
Saint John's, I'pper Corner, Sussex, N H — Hector, Hev A M Ilnhly. 
Mi.ssiuns at PInmweseep, Hphain, Hammond \'ale, Markhaiuville and 
Shepody Road. 

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«fllc«rN of IliM CongiegHtlonnl I'liloii ot N«ivu S<;otlii iiiiil Niw Iti iiiiMwIrk. 

Cliairniiin. Mr .Jiiim..s I) Dfiiiiis, YaiiiKtiitli, N S; St-cntiry, luv J WCnx. 



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uiul Mi'ssrs rsalliHU 1 ii|i|kt, ( t>lm .MiLi-oil, C 11 Wliiliiiiin, Allim M 
ArtliibaUl IJarker, .1 W .Ji-rtcit, A N Tii)i|k r. A K Moon, Aiulnw Anilionr. 
iHuac N ('(IX, John Kosshoroiigli, ('II iK-arlioru. 

Woiikmi'h ^liNhi«)iiMi.v SiMiefy «»l Novii Sculln miil N«>\v ltriin-.\vl<'k. 

President, Mrs A JfiikiiiH; N'ico-l'ii'sidi-iils, Mrs N;iiliaii Tiipiu-r, Miss V 
Burpee, Mrw A N Tiippir; Treasnrtr, Miss I)iiiila|i; Siirctary, Miss Ma 
Barker; C'orri'spoiulinj; Si-cretary, MrsS W Hiirtis. 

CuiiKreKHtioiml Cliiirclifn in Novii Scolia and Nt'u Iti iiiihm ii-k. 

Brooklyn and Beacliinoadows. N S, Ktv (. Ii;i> hull; ( 1k'I)ojj;u«', N S, Utv l> 

VV I'lirdon ; Kconoiny, N S, ; Ki-swick Kid;;*! and I)u||^flaHs, N 

B, Kev S Sykes; Kin^s[)ort, ; Mvi-rpool. N S, H. v (i \V Ball ; 

Milton, N S, Kev A Braint-; No»'l, Sclniali, and Miulland, N S, lUv .J \V Cox ; 



Mar^aree, C B, 

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; St .h.hn. N 11, K«-v \V .1 .Mnuhin; Sh.-liit Id. N B, Kw 



JasM Austin; Truro, N S, Kov Kosc ; Yarnioiitli, N S, K»v K K Urailhwaitf ; 
Mill town, N JS, . 

CiiiiiiiIm <'«>iigi'«'KUtiitiiHl >liMHiuniir.v SiM'i«>ly. 
I'residenl, Charles Cushing; St-cTelary. lit-v A F Me* irt');oi' ; TrfaMirer, ( 
U Black. iMi'inhersof the Kxeciitive Cor llie Maritime I'loviiucs -Kev J \V 
Cox, Kev K K Braithwaite and (' E Mac iid<hael. Honorary .*»uperinlendeiil 
for Nova Scotia and New r.rnnswi( k, Ktv K I. Brailli waite. 
C'uiiiitlH l<'oi'fiKii ^lisnloiiiiry S(i«'i«-ly. 
Tresident, Kev T B Hyde. Toronto; Vice-l'residtiit, Mr- |) M Matalluiii, 
Kingston; Secretary, Kev K M Hill, Montreal; Treasurer, K»v W Td'utin. 
Cowansville, (^nu. 

<'oi K;r<-K)tli(iiitil C'ol!«-};*'« Moiitifiil. 

Principal, Kev J I leiiry ( ieor}^f, d D ; Trcasuri-r. Thoina- Moiulie : Sccrt-- 
lury, Kev \V II Warriner; I'rt sidiiil, .1 K Hoiiyall. 



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Chief Superintendent of Kdiicalion, .1 K Inch, i,l. D. 

Clerks or Assistants — K B Wallace, Miss Mary Thoni|ison, Joseph I'urdie. 

Provincial Normal Sch(n>l — Principal, KIdon Mullin, \ m; Faculty of In- 
struction, II C Creed, M v, M Alice Clark. Fdward Cadwaliadcr, n A.John 
Brittain,(i A Inch, ua, AI|did Belliveau ; Model I)c|»artmiiil, John F Koger>, 
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Inspectoral District Xo 1 — The Counties of Restigouche, Gloucester 



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yorlhuiuberlantl. Insitettur, Geo W Mersereau, A M, Doaktown. 

Inspectoral District No 2 — The Counties of Kent and Westmorland. Iii- 
s|>ector, Geo Smith. A B. .*^ackville. 

fuspertoral Di>tr'ct 2vo o — The Counties of Albert, Kings and Queen> 'iii 
eastern side of St John river, except Canning. Inspector, R P Steeves, ., v. 
.Sus-ex. 

Inspectoral I'istrict No 4— The Counties of St John and Charlotte, and t!:e 
Parishes oi \\'e<ttield and Greenwich, in Kings Co. Inspector, \V S Carter, 
A M, St John. 

Inspectoral Distriui No 5 — The Counties of York (except Canterbur.- ami 
Northlake , Sunbury and (Queens, on western side of St John river, and lan- 
ning parish, on ea>tern side. Inspector, H V Bridges, A M, Fredericton. 

Inspectoral District No G — Counties of Carleton, Victuria and Madawaska, 
and Fari^hes of Canterbury and Northlake, in York. Inspector, F BMeaght!'. 
M A, Woodstock. 

Educational Institutions in connection with the Roman Catholic Chuich. 
See page 161'. 

Educational In-titutions in connection with the Methodist Church 
page 174. 

E4iucati(inal Institutions in connection with the Baptist Church, 

{•age 17o. 

University of New Brunswick. 

Visitor on behalf of Her Majesiy — His Honor the Hon Abner R McClelaii, 
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of New Bru.iswick. 

Corporation and ?vlembers of the Senate — J R Inch, LL D, President ; Thi« 
Harrison, LL D, Chancellor; Hon Archibald Harrison; Hon Justice Ezekirl 
McLeod, LL d; Boyle Travers. b a, m d; Hon James Mitchell, M a; Geo E 
Coulthard. B a, m d; Gilbert W Ganong, m p; J Douglas Hazen, B a, B c L; 
Murray Maclaren. a b. m l> ; Benou C Foster, m a ; William A Park. 

Registrar and Treasurer —Wm Wilson, B A. 

Academy Faculty — Thos Harrison, M a, ll n. Chancellor of the University 
and Pro lessor of Mathematics ; Loring W Bailey, M a, PH d, f r c s. Professor 
of Chemistry and Natural Science; W Tyng Raymond, M A, Professor nf 
Classical Literature and History; Wm Frederick .Stockley, M A, Professor 'i' 
English and Fren(^h ; George M Downing, B .sc. Professor of Mathematics, 
Experimental Phy<ies and Electrical Engineering; Stephen M E)ixon, M a, 
Civil Engineerinu and Surveying; John Davidson, M A, Alumni Professor of 
Mental and Moral Philosophy and Political Economy. Examiners for Dc- 
g>-ees — In Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Professor Harrison. Li. \\ 
and Havelock Coy, M a ; In Classics, Prof Bridges, ph d, and Rev Goodriil,i;t' 
Roberts, M A , in Philosophy, Prof Kierstead, m a ; in Science, Prof Bailt-y, 
PH d; in Engl'sh, Prof Stockley, m a, and Prof Kierstead, M A; in Freiuli 
and German, Prof Stockley, M A, and Rev Goodridge Jones, m a. His Ho:i' r 
Sir John C Allen, ll d, Hon Justice F t] Barker. M A, D c L. Wm Pugsley. 
M A, D c L, Examiner> in Civil Law. John Davidson, M A, Librarian. 

UNIVERSITY ALUMNI SOCIETY. 

President, J D Hazen, b A, B c L; Vice-Presidents, Dr Athertou, Di M 
Maclaren. Dr Bailey ; Secretary -Treasurer, H V B Bridges, m a. 
Members of Council — Dr Bridges, ma, F St John Bliss, m a, B C Foster, 



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M A. T D Walker, b a, m d, Hon Justice ^'anwaIt, Canon Roberts, Eldon 
Mullin, M A. 

Representative^ in Senate— Hon Jas Mitolieli, (i t, M a, Dr M Maclaren. 
Kducational lustitiite of New liruuswii-k. 

President, the Chief Superintendent of Education, ex omcio ; Secretary, John 
Brittain, Fredericti.n : Assistant Secretary, (irace < )rr, St John. Executive 
Committee — Members tx fTficio : The Chi»-f Superintendent of Education, the 
Chancellor of the University, the Principal of the Normal School, the six 
Inspectors of School. Members elected: Geo U Hay, A m. St John; H S 
Bridges, pji d, St Jidin ; Ella L Thorne. Fredericton ; B C Foster, a m, Fred- 
<?ricton ; Geo J Oulton, a b, Moncton ; Geo A Inch, a b, Fredericton; Lillian 
Burtt, Moncton; F A Good, Woodstock; Bessie Eraser, (xrand Fall.;; N W 
Brown, A B, Dorchester. Madi-as .School. 

The Governors and Trustees of the Madras School in New Brimswick— The 
Lieutenant-Governor, the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, the Chief Justice, the 
members of the Executive Council of New Brunswick, the Judge of the Court 
of Vice-Admiralty, the Speaker of the House of Assembly, the Mayor and 
Recorder of St Joiin, the Kectur and Church Wardens of Trinity Church, St 
John, together with. G Sidney Smith, Geo A Schotield. Geo E Fairweatlier, 
C P Clarke, Judge Barker; Clerk and Treasurer, H F Siurdee. 

Halifax School for the Blind. 

This institution provides for the education and training of blind persons of 
either sex throughout the Maritime Provinces. Pupils from the Province 
of New Brunswick, between the ages of six and twenty-one, are admitted free 
of all charge, the Provincial Government making an annual per capita grant 
of ?150 in aid of the school for each and every pupil from this Province 
attending the institution. .\11 applications for admission should be addressed 
to the superintendent, C F Fraser, m a. 

University of Kings College, Windsor, N. S. 

Patron — His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. 

Board of Governors — o; "jficio : Tlie Right Rev the Lord Bishop of Nova 
Scotia, Visitor and President of the Board, The Right Rev The Lord Bishop 
of Fredericton. 

Elected bv the Incorporated Alnmui — Hon Senator Alm.on, M D, D c L, 
Clarence H "Dimock, J B F^rster, Rev C E ^^'illets. D c L, C E W Dodwell, 
Rev F W Vroom, C J Gossip, H H Pickett. Rev C Bowman, Rev J R Camp- 
bell, Robt J Wilson. Hun Mr Justice Hodgson. 

Elected by the Rural Deaneiies — Diocese of Nova Scotia — Deanery i»f 
Amherst, Henry S Poole: Deanery uf Annapolis. W M DeBlois; Deanery of 
Avon, c' Smith: Iieanery of Halifix, R E Harri> ; Deanery of Lunenburg, 
O A PicKels ; Deanery I'f St George, R M (.nay ; Deanery of Sydney, Rev T 
F Draper. Dioce&e of Fredericton —Deanery of Chatham, Hon Judge Wil- 
kinson ; Deanerv < if Fredericton, Very Rev Dean Partridge; Deanery of 
Shediac, Irvine \V Binp.ey ; Deanery of' St Andrews. N G D Parker; Deanery 
of St John, Geo A Scli(Jtield ; De;inery of Woodstock, Rev E W Simonson. 
Archdeaconerv cf P. E I— Rev J M Furl-e-, A B Warburtun. 

Elected by tlie Synod of Nova .Scotia— Rev R H Bullock, D < r., J Y Pay- 

zant. 

Elected by the Synod of Fredericton— The Ven Arcluleacon Brigrtocke, D D, 

Hon Judge Haniugton. u c L. 

Treasurer— J Y Payzant; Secretary, R J Wilson. 

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Albert County- President, W W F Starratt ; Vice-President, Miss Annie i, 
Keirstead ; Secretary-Treasnrer, A D Jonah ; additional members of Execu- 
tire Committee, Thos J Baizley and P'lorence Vail. 

Carleton County — President, F A Good, Woodstock ; Secretary, K V McLec-i 
Woodstock. 

Charlotte County — President, Wm Brodie, A M, St Andrews; Vice-President 
Marshall Maxwell, St Andrews; S>?cretary-Treasurer, Miss Georgie B Mere- 
dith, St Stephen ; additional members of Executive Committee, P G Mc- 
Farlane, A b, St Stephen ; Charles ilichardson, Moore's Mills. 

Gloucester County — President, B D Branscombe, Bathiirst Village; Secrr- 
tary-lreasurer, L R Hetherington, b a, Bathurst; additional members of 
Executive Committee, Miss Ina Mersereau, Clifton; Miss Mary E Nicol. 
Glen Anglin. 

Kent Coxmty — President, Geo Smith, b a, Shediac; Vice-President, Min- 
Mary Chrystal, Kichibueto; Secretary, W A Cowperthwaite, « A, Richibucto, 

Kings County — President, Robert King, A B, Sussex ; Vice-President, Mis- 
Louise Wetmore, Sussex; Secretary -Treasurer, Milton Price, Apohaqui 
additional members of Executive Committee, C C Kelly and Miss Margarc' 
Stewart, Hampton. Next regular meeting at Sussex on Thursday and Friday 
preceding Labor Day, ]898. 

Northumberland C'o««77/— President, F P Yorston, M A, Newcastle ; Vice- 
President, Miss Lottie B Tracy, Newcastle; Secretary-Treasurer, James Mc- 
intosh, Chatham; additional members of Executive Committee, Miss Eliza- 
beth MacLachlan, Newcastle; Elmer E King, Loggieville. 

St. John City and County (including Parishes of Westlield and Greenwicli, 
Kings County)— Acting President, Geo J Truenian, Quaco ; Secretary -Treas- 
urer, Miss Iva Yerxa, St John ; additional members of Executive Committcv 
Miss Lizzie Corbett and James Barry, St John. 

Victoria County — President, Thomas Rogers, Carlingford; Secretary, C \i 
Elliott, B A, Andover. 

Westmorland County — President, II L Brittain, B A, Moncton ; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Miss Maud Grierson, Dorchester; Secretary, S W Irons, Moncton. 



MILITIA. 

Militia— Active Force— District Staflf. 

District Officer Commanding and Paymaster — Lieui-Colonel George •' 
Maunsell, late Captain H M 15th Foot, Lieut -Colonel, Nov 22, '65. 

Storekeeper — Major A J Armstrong, Oct 22, '86. 

8th I'rincess Louise's New Itrunswick Hussars. 

Organized G 0, 13th April, '09. Badge and Motto : A " (iarter " surmounlt'it 
by the coronet of Her Royal Highness the Princess Louise ; within the Garte? 
the number eight in Roman characters. " Beyi Patriaeque Fidelis." 

Regimental Headquarters, Rothesay, N B. LTniform — Blue, Facings Buii 

Lieut-Colonel — James Domville (c c 1st), 2nd July, '81. 

Majors — Alfred Markham (c c 1st), 2nd Julv, '81," Lieut-Colonel, 2nd Julv. 
'96 ; Henrv M Campbell (sc 1st), 19th Aug, '92 ; F V Wedderburn (r s c 1st !g\, 
17th Sept,''96. 

Captains— D J Fowler (v b 2nd), 11th Dec, '77 ; J A McDougall (r s c Istv 
16th May, '94; A R Markham (r s c 1st Ig), 18th May, '94 ; J. W Domville 



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rme), 8tlj Sept. '94; F B Black (r s c 1st), 30tli March, '95; D H Fair- 
weather (r s c 1st), lath June, '95. 

Lieutenants— J E Murray (s c 1st b), 22n(l Ajiril, '92; J T Warner (r m e), 
ISth May, '94; .] E Fraser (r s o 2nd), 5th June, '95; R H E Leckie (r m c), 
I2th Oct, '95, Major, 11th May, '95; E K Parks (r so 1st), 2;5rd Dec, '95; (iuy 
^ Kinnear (r s c 1st), 2:}rd Dec, '95 ; J VV S Bhuk (rs c 1st), 22nd Sept, '97. 

2nd Lieutenants— R H Arnold (r s c 2ud),;Ust March, '9(5; W 11 Fair- 
'.veather (r s c 2nd), :',lst March, '96; J If Parks (r m c), 28th Dec, '9(3, Lt, 
25th June, '9G; J (J Ilolden (r ni c), 25th March, '97, Lt, 25th June, '9() ; K C 
McMonagle (prov), 18th June, '80; C J Milliiran (prov), 20th Julv, '9(5; Isaac 
Burpee (prov), 20th July, '9(5; Ralph F Markhatn (prov), 20th Aug, '90; \f 
J Brown (prov), 29th Aug, '9(5; E T O'Hrien (provi, 30th April, '97. 

Paymaster— J II McRohbie, 1st March, '97, fhon Capt. 1st March, '97). 

Adjutant— Guy S Kinnear (Lt), oOth A\m\, '97. 

Quartermaster— C F Harrison (Capt), 1st June, '95. 

Surgeon Major— John Edgar March, m d, :\()[h May, '84. 

Veterinary Surgeon— James II Frink, v s (Capt), 2nd June, '93. 

ArtilliM-y J<"iel<I Itatteries. 

Newcastle, N B, 12th Field Battery— Major ommanding, R L Maltby ; 
Lieutenants, Thomas \Villi;ini Lawlor and Charles Walter Anslow; 2nd 
Lieutenants, Charles Sargent and R D T Aitkin ; Surgeon, Robert Nicholson ; 
Veterinary Surgeon, John Morrissy. 

Woodstock, N B - Lieutenant-Colonel, F H J Dibblee (g s 1st), 21st July, 

76; Captain C PI I^merv (g s 1st), l()th Oct, '85; Lieutenant, Jas F Doherty 

ig s, 3rd), 16th Oct, '85; 2nd Lieutenant, William C (Jood (prov), 31st May, 

'89; Surgeon, Wm N Hand, m d, 24th June, '92; Veterinary Surgeon, Henry 

Doniville, v s, 2nd June, '93. 

;jr<l Keg^iineiit Canadian Artillery. 
Organized G O, 28th May, 1869, as a Brigade. Or^erinal Muster Roll of first 

Company, dated 4th May, 1793. 

Lieutenant-Coh'ne!- Get)rge W^est Jones (r s a 1st), 22nd Sej), '97. 

No 1 Battery, St John (Prince of Wales) —Cai)tain, Stanley Douglas Craw- 
ford (gs), 3rd June, '87 ; Lieutenant, Beverley Robinson Armstrong (r s a, 1st), 
21st Dec, '95; 2nd Lieutenant, Arthur Cavendish Hamilton-Crray. (r s a Ist 
1g, r s i 1st), 23rd Feb, '97. 

No 2 Battery, West Side— Ca{)tain, John B M Baxter (r s a 1st), 16th Dec, 
'92; Lieutenant (prov), William Robert Montgomery, 25tli Sept, '96 ; 2nd 
]vieutenant, Harold Strickland Waterbury (r s a 1st), 30 Sept, '97. 

No 3 Battery, St John (North End) — Ca|>tain, Robert Huntley Gordo* 
( r s a 1st), 22nd June, '94; Lieutenant, Frederick Allan Foster (r s a 2nd), 
25th Sept, '96; 2nd Lieutenant (prov), Robert Neville, Frith, 25th Sept, '96. 

No 4 Battery, St John — Captain, Thomas P^dward (Jrindon Armstrong (r r a 
2nd), 28th July, '94; Lieutenant, P>ederick ('averhiil Jones (r s a 1st), 28th 
July, '94; 2nd Lieutenant, Sherwood Arthur Manning Skinner (prov), 28tli 
July, '94. 

No 5 Battery —Captain, Walter P^dward P'oster (r s a 1st), 17th May, '97 ; 
2nd Lieutenant, Ernest Rae Jones (prov), 21st Dec, '95; 2nd Lieutenant 
fprov), Mansel Crewe Murray Shewen, 9th Oct, '96. 

Adjutant — Capt Walter VVoodworth White (r s a 1st), 9th Nov, '95; Cap- 
tain, 1st June, '94. 

Quartermaster — Capt P^rederick Landon Temple (r s a 1st), 17th May, '97. 

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Surgeon Major — Jolin Walerliouse Daniel, M D (r s a Isl), 11th Aug, 7U, 
(lion Snrj^eon Lieutenant-Colonel, loth Se[>t, '96). 

Surgeon Lieutenant — Joseph Andrews, M i>, 14th Sept, '83 (hon Surgeon 
Major, 14th Sept, '98). 

Paymaster — Capt James Gardiner Taylor, 2Sth Sept, '96. 

()',iinl St. John Fusiliers. 

Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel — Joseph John Tucker (v b 1st), 1st Oct, '97. 

Lieutenant-Colonel — Hugh Havelock McLean (r s i 1st), 2nd .Sept, '97. 

Majors — Edward Thankful Sturdee (s i 1st), 5th May, '86; Frederick Ham- 
mond Hartt (s i 1st), 2nd Se|)t, '97. 

Adjutant— Major Mathew Boyde Edwards (s i 1st), 1st Oct, '97. 

Captains— Wiiliam Clarence Magee (s i 1st), 26th Nov, '80, Major, 26tli 
Jiiov, '90; David Churchill (s i, 1st), 24th April, '91; James Manning (r s i 
Ist), 7th July, '92: John Henry Kaye (r s i 1st), 26ih April, '97 ; Thomas 
Dunning, (r s i, 2nd), 26th April, '97 ; Ernest Edward Macmichael (r s i 2nd). 
Kov, '97. 

Lieutenants — Howard Pentreath Wetniore (rs i 1st), 16th Mar, '94; AValter 
Russell Miles (r s i 2ud). 20Lh April, '97 ; Joseph Ottv Sharp (r s i 2n(l), 26tb. 
April, '97 ; William Comber Rankine (r ■, i 2nd), 26th April, '97. 

2nd Lieutenants — Robert Kichey Rankine (prov), 7th March, '96; Bowyei 
Sidney Smith (prov), 13th March, '97 ; John Winters McKean (prov), 26tL 
April, '97 ; Harold Hansard Rol)ertson (prov), 26th April, '97 ; Duncan Roli- 
ertvson (prov), 13th May, '97; Thomas Parks Pugsley (prov), 1st May, '97. 

Paymaster — Capt George A Hetherington, 26th April, '97. 

Quartermaster — Capt Henry Hamilton Godard, 2nd June, '93. 

S.irgeon Major — Thomas Walker, M D, 27th June, '94, 

Surgeon — Captain Murray Maclaren, M D, 3rd May, '94. 

Honorar}' Chaplain — The Rev John Metcalfe Davenport, M A, 31st Mar, '97. 

67tli ttattalioi) Carl«^t«>n Li^ht Infantry — Woodstock. 

Lieutenant-Colonel -J D Baird (m s 1st), KJth Sept, '87. 

Majors— Gordon E Bover (s i 1st, m s 2nd), 13th Jan, '88 ; Amos D Hart- 
ley (s i 1st, m s 2ud), 13ih Jan, '88. 

Captains— J R Kirkpatrick, 12th July, '89 ; John \V Adams, 17th Se{)t, '86 : 
Leonard R Harding, 13th Jan, '88; John J Kupkev, 3rd Mav, '89; Jesse W 
Baker, 10th April, '74; Guildford D Perkins, 13th Jan, '88; Joseph W 
Williams, 7th April, '87; F BCarvell, 2oih Nov, '92. 

1st Lieutenants— Leander Kennedv, 31st March, '89 ; Willard W Ross, 13tl: 
Jan, '88; David W Pickett, 3rd May, '87 ; Edwin W Bell, 31st March, '89; 
John F Williams, 7th April, '87 ; George Anderson, 26th June, '91 ; John 
Edward Sutton, 20th Jan, '93. 

2nd Lieut<'nants— Joseph Cyr, 29th April, '87; Chas H Taylor, 7th April, 
89; Milford Howlett (prov, r s i 2nd b) ; Herbert Leslie Ross', 19th Aug, '92. 
71st York Uattalion of Infantry— 7^;ea'e/tc/o«. 

Lieutenant-Colonel — Thos L Alexander, 9th Feb, '95 (v b 1st and c c 2nd.) 

Majors— T G J Loggie (r s i 1st), 31st Julv, '90 ; Henry A Cropley (r s i 1st), 
9th May, '95. 

Captains— Jared Boone, 18th June, '86, Brevet Major, 18th June, '96 (s i 1st); 
William Dell Hartt, 8th June, '86 (s i 1st) ; Justin S Burtt, 5th Sept, '90 
(m s 2nd); John S D Chipman, 14th Jime, '94 (r s i 2nd) ; James D Perkins. 
9th March, '95 (s i 1st) ; J as H Hawthorne, April 25th, '96 (r s i 2nd) ; John 
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Lieutenants— Geo P Ryder, 17th May, '89 (r sib); Siimuel H Mcl'arlane, 
14th June, '89 (sib); George V Christy, 30tli .June, '94 (r s i 2n<l) ; Walter S 
Fisher, 9th March, '95 (r s i 1st) ; (ieorge Andrew Blair, April 2'nh, '!•<> (r s i 
2iid) ; S Edwin Oliver, 21st Sept, '9t) (r s i 2nd). 

2nd Lieutenants — George A iSlurrav, olst Marcli, '92 (r s i 2nd'); (Jeorge 
W H Thomas, 31st March, '93 (r s i 2nd) ; William H (ircv, 31st Marcli, '94 
(rsilst); iS H Stevenson. 11th May, '9') (prov) ; Harry' F MrLeod. ISth 
Jan'y, '96 (prov); Albert Edward Massie, April, '9G (provl ; .James Watson 
How'e, 21st Sept, '9(5 (prov) : W B Lemont (jtrov). 

Paymaster — Adol{)l.'usG Beckwith, 3rd June, '81, hon Major, 11th .July, '7»). 

Adjutant— Walter S Fisher. 

Quartermaster — Amh-ew Lipsett. 25th Feb, '76, lion Major, 2")th Feb, '86. 

Surgeon — James W Bridges, m d, 26th June, '93. 

Assistant Surgeon — Frank Ireland Blair, M D, April 11th, '96. 

Total officers, 29. 

Itriglitoii Enginet-i's — dtrlelim Co'inty. 

(Raised as a Companv of Infantry r.)th Sept. 18()7. Transferred to Engineers 

27th Feb. 1880.) 
Major, Donald McLeod Vince. Aug 25, '94 (Sept 10, '74) : Captain, John 
Rainsford Toniftkins, Aug 25, '94; 2nd Lieutenants, John B Stevenson. June 
15, '95; Arthur Neville Vince, Aug 1."), '97 ; Charles Appleby, Aug 23, '97. 
73r<l Northumbei-laiul liattiilion of Iikfaiitry— C//fl</(rtHi. 

Lieutenant Colonel — Samuel U McCulIy. June 12, '85. 

Captains— Hugh Cameron, Aug 4, '71 ;' Wm McNaughton, April 12, '77 : 
John Sheridan, May 21, '86; J D B F Mackenzie, June 1.'94; (ieorge W 
Mersereau, June 1, '94. 

Lieutenants— James Cameron, June 13. '84; Geortre Frederick Doherty. 
Dec '89; Howard Irving. Julv 28, '94; F P Yorstcm, June 21, '97. 

Second Lieutenants— Frank Douglas Phinnev (p i, July 28, '93; Fred Hayes 
Mersereau (p), June 25, '95; Donald McNaughton (p). Oct 12, '95; A S 
Cameron (p), Julv 8, '96; Wm E Forbes (p). June 17, '97 ; W H Muirhead. 
March 31, '97. 

Paymaster— Lemuel J Tweodie. Se|>t 6, '72. 

Adjutant— Lieutenant Howard Irving, July 3, '97. 

Quartermaster— Roiiert Murrny, jr, .Inly 6, '88. 

Surgeon— James McCJregor Baxter, M D, June 22, '92. 

74111 ItHttalioii Iiifantrji— Sf/.wc.'-. 

Lieutenant-Colonel— John M Baird (s i 1st), Feb 19, '97. 

Miijors -Bedford Harper (r s i 1st), July 20, '95, April 9, '90; Charles H 
Fairweather (r s i 1st), Feb 19, '97. 

Captains— J(din A Bowes (r s i Istl, Julv .30. '86, (m July .30, '96) ; Amas;\ 
Tinglev (r s i 1st), Julv 20, '95; Ormond W Wetmore (r s i 1st). Jan 31, '94 ; 
Frederick Morrison (r s i 1st), Feb 19, '97; Clarence Spooner (r s i 2nd), 
June 14, '97. , , „, ,^- 

Lieutenants— Melbourne Sears (s i 1st b), July 30, '86; Charles W Weyman 
(r s i 1st), May 18, '94; Ernest P. Goodwin (r s i 2nd). Feb 1, '97. 

2nd Lieutenants— Charles Pickard (prov), Aug 25, '93; C L M Flewelhug 
(prov), May 18, '94; Charles T Nevins (prov), June 22, '94; James M Mr- 
Intyre (proV). June 22, '94; Wm H Watts (prov), June 21, '97 ; Edgar Irwin 
(prov), July 27, '97 ; Herbert S Jones (pi'ov), Aug 30, '97. 

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Sur>40()ii- Major Samuel I' Wilson, M D, Nov 27, '85. 
SurircoM-Lientenant — Fred J White, M D, March 7, '9G. 

New Iti'iiiiswirk I'roviii(;ial Rifle Assnciatioti. 

Prc-idi-nt, Major J II Parks; Vice-President, Lieut-Colonel J J Tucker; 
:^ecretai v-Trcasurer, Major J Twininj; Ilartt. Executive Committee — The 
J'resideiit, ("apt J D Chipiiian, Mr J JIunter, Captain J H McRohbie, Major 
V il Ilartt, ('ai)tain J M Kinne.ir, and the Secretary. 

St. John Kitle Company. 

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MASONIC. 

Tlie Au(-iciit and litnuti'trble Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of 

New itriiiiswiclt. 

Oflicers of (irand Lod^>e, 1897-8— M W Grand Master, Thomas Walker, 
M D, St .Jolin; II W Deputy (Irand Master, ,\lex liurchill, Fredericton ; R W 
Senior (irand Warden, A R Campbell, St John ; R W Jiniior Grand Warden, 
<Teo D Frost, St John ; R W District Deputy Grand Master, No 1, B S Black. 
St John; R W District Deputy Grand Master, No 2, W A D Steven, Dor- 
chester; R W District Deputv (Jrand Master, No 3, R L Maltbv, Mewcastle ; 
K W District Deputy (Jrand jMaster, No 5, E G Vroom, St Stephen ; V W 
Grand Chaplain, Rev R S Crisp, Moncton ; V W Grand Treasurer, K J 
Everett, St John ; V W (irand Secretary, J T T Hartt, St John ; W Senior 
< irand Deacon, A Y Clark, Moncton; W Junior Grand Deacon, Geo Coggin, 
Susse.K ; W Grand Director of Cerenumies, Kzekiel McLeod, St John ; W 
Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies, D Dearness. ''"l Tolin ; W Grand 
Sword Bearer, S L Morrison, Fredericton; W (irand Standard Bearer, D (^ 
Clark, St John ; W Cirand Organist, W A Ewing St John ; W Ciraud Pur- 
suivant, Geo S Dodge, St John ; W (irand Stewards, Wm Smith, C J Coster, 
C Berton Lockhart. St .John ; R G Karle, Hampton ; C W Bradley. Moncton ; 
Matt Tennant, Fredoi'lcton; W T Brown, St Marys; John McLaughlan, G M 
Fairweather, Dorchester; R W Grimmer, St Stephen; Martin Magowen, W 
C Anslow, Newcastle ; Grand Tyler, Dingee Scribner, St John. 

Board of General Purpo.se.s — Thomas Walker, J T Whitlock, Wm Wedder- 
burn, John V Ellis, Robert Marshall, Alex Burchill (President), A R Camp- 
bell, Geo D Frost. J T Hartt (Secretary), F W Thompson, H B Fleming, J H 
Leonard, J A Ciodsoe, J A Watson, E J Everett, B S Black, W W Allen, W 
H B Sadlier, E McLeod. 

Ritual Committee -Thomas Walker, J V Ellis, J T Whitlock, T A Godaoe. 
J A Watson, Geo S Dodge, W H B Sadlier. J T Hartt, F W Thompson. 

Committee on relations with Foreign (}rand Lodges — J V Ellis, Donald 
Munro, E J Evere't. 

Library Committee— W B Wallace, J T Hartt, Alex W McRae. 

Committees on Warrants to New Lodges — Kobt Marshall, J V Ellis, J H 
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Piivfito Lodges. 

AUiion, No 1— TIids Walker, m n, W M ; ,1 A llovt, .Secretary. 

month at Masonic 'IVMiiplc, -^t 'olin. 
^t Johns, No 2— W U May, W M , !■ 1- ili'wwciliiin, Secretarv. 

month at Masonic Teniplt', St .lotm. 
Hibernia, No :{— Win Sinitli, W M ; .I(ihi|i1i A Magilton, Sicrctarv 

in eacli month at Mas inio Tfiniilc, St John. 
Sussex, No 1— Meets first Tuesihiy in cacli nionlh at DoroiicstcM-. 

St Marys, No 5- Meets lirst Tuesday iu eaiJi nth at St Aiidnw.'*. 

Hiram, No (".—Meets first Monday in caeii umutli at l-'reikM-ictDii. 

Sussex, No 7 — Meets first Tue.sday in each nuxith at St Stephen. 

<'arleton I'nioii, No 8-Meets first Tlnirsdav in eaeii iniulii at ('arloton (west end). 

Midian, No 9— Meets first Tuesday in eiuirnumtli at Cliriou, Kinj^'s Co. 

The Union Lodge of I'orfland, No 10— rimrlcs .1 Coster, W M ; John H Andrews, Secretary. 

Meets third Thursday in each month at .Masonic Temple, «t .lohn. 
Woodstocli, No 11— Meets first Tluir.sday in eadi montn at Woodstoeli. 
St George, No 12— Meets first Tuesday iu eaidi inoutli at St Ceorge. 
<'orinthian. No i:5— Meets seiond I'Viday iu eacli luoutli nt Hampton. 
Alley. No 14— Meets first Thursday in eadi month at I'pier Mills, St Stephen. 
Howard, No 1") -Meets lirst Tuesday iu "ach mouth at IlilNhoro. 
lAjd^e Saint Andrew, No lO— Meet.s .Monday on or alter I'lill niodii at Rictiihucto. 
Northnmi)erland, No 17— Meets seconil 'I'ucsday in eacdi month at Newcastle. 
Miramichi, No 18— Meets tliird Tnesdav iu each month at t'hatluun. 
Salisbury, No 20— Meets fir.st Tuesday iu eaeli month at Salisbury. 
Zion, No 21— Meets first Wednesday in each month at Sussex. 
New Brnnswiclc, No 22— (ieorjie S liod^'e, W .M ; ( ieorge Thompson, Secretary. Meets second 

Thursday in each month at Masonic Temple, St John. 
Keith, No 23— Meets third Wednesday iu eadi nuiuth at Monctnu. 
Zt.'tlaud, No 21 — Meets second Wednesday iireach month at Sliediac. 
Kestigouche, No 25— Meets Tuesday on or alter lull m -on at Dalhousie. 
Victoria, No 26— Meets second Tuesilay iu caeh mouth at Milltowu. 
St John, No 27— Meets first Thurs lay in each mouth at Hatlmrst. 
St Martins, :!0— IMeeis first Monday in each monlli at St .Martins. 
Benjamin, No '.i\ — Meets lirst Tuesday in each montii at .\iidovcr. 
<-ampbe!iton, :{2— Meets lirst Thursday iu each mouth at ('aiupbelltou. 
Alexandria, No 33— Meets lirst Tuesday in each nionih at St Marys. 
Albert, No 34 — Meets Tuesday nearest full moon at Hopewell Corner, .Mlxrt Co. 
Carleton, No 3o — Meets at East Floicnceville. 

Grand Royal Arch Chapter of New Itninswick. 

M E John V Ellis. St John, (irand Uhrh IViest ; R K Robert Marshall, St 
John, Deputy High Priest ; RE Donald Mtinro. Woodstock, Clrand Kins; 
R E A Y Clarke, Monrton. fJrand Scribe; R E J Henry Leonard, St .John, 
(irand Treasurer; R E .John A Watson. St .John, (4rand Secretarv; V E V O 
Snllivan. St Stephen, (Jrand C of H ; \' K John Rubins, St .John, Grand R 
A(*!; VE Ered Sandall.St John, (irand Orsiani.st ; V K I'eter Campbell, St 
John, Grand Pursuivant ; G (> Bcn-ne, St John, f Jrand Tyler. 

Executive Cotuniittee — .John \' Kiiis, Robert Marsluill (President), Donald 
Mnnro, A Y Clarke, ,J H Leonard, John A Watson (Secretary), K J Everett, 
Thos Walker, Arthur I Tnieman. Peler Catniilieli, Andrew McNichol. 

Ritual Committee— John V I'Jlis. W \] Wallace, .lohn A Watson, Thos 
AValker, Alex Burchill, J H Leonard, R L Smith, II V Cooper, Arthur Hiltz, 
Donald Munro. 

Library Committee — Robert Marshall, John V Ellis, Peter Campbell. 

Private Chapters. 

Carleton Chapter -Alex V.' MacRae, II P; Charles Masters, Secretary. 
Meets third Wednesday in each month at Masonic Temple, St John. 

New Brunswick Chapter -LeRaron Wilson, H P; Joseph A Magilton, 
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Union Chapter— VV A Dougherty, H P; H Colby Smith, Secretary. Meets 
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Meets third VVednesdiiy in encli month at FrecK'rieton. 

St Stephen Chapter— Joseph Mc( hire, M I* ; W II Stevens, Secretary, 
Meets second Tlinrschiy in each month at Masonii* Hall, St Stephen. 

Hotsibrd Chajiter -A Y C'larl<e, II P; II H Fleinirg, Secretary, 
thiril Monday in each month at Moncton. 

Woodstock Chapter — Donald Mnnro, II P; C W .lenner. Secretary, 
third Tnesday in eacli month at Mas-inic Hall. Woodstock. 

Mount Lebanon Chai)tcr — ,J I> I? F Mackenzie, H P ; Kohert Mnrray, 
Secretary. Meets third Wednesday in each month at Masonic Hall, Chatham. 

Ciraiid Council of Hi(;h rriestliood. 

Kohert Marshall, President; .lohn V Ellis, Senior Vice-President: Alex 

Piuchill, .Junior \'ice-l'rcsident ; F .1 I^verett, (Irand Chaj)lain; .Jolm A 

Watson, Grand Kccordei-; .John D Short, (irand Treasurer; A McNichol. 

(irand Master of Ceremonies; W H Wallace, (irand Conductor; F Wyni,' 

Wisdom, (irand Steward ; Fred Sandall, (Irand Warder. 

Grand C<»unt'il of Itctyal and Set<>et Mastei-H and Appendant OrderH oi 

New Itriinsu'ick 

Wm B Wallace, Most Puissant Grand Master; John A Watson, Deputy 
Puissant (irand Master; Edwin J Everett, Rijrht Puissant (irand Master : 
Frederick O Sullivan, Puissant (irand Master; J H Leonard, (irand Treasurer ; 
Robert Marshall, (irand Kecorder ; John D Short, Grand (Jhaplain ; Alex M 
MacKae, (irand ('aptain of the (iiiards ; Peter Campbell, (irand Master of 
Ceremonies; Geo I) Frost, (irand (I'ondnctor; .John Kubins, Grand Steward; 
Frederick Sandall, (irand Organist; (i G lioyne, Grand Sentinel, 

Private ConncilH. 

St John, No 1— A W MacRae, T I Master; G G Boyne, Recorder. Meets 
tliird Monday in February, May, .August and November. 

Carleton, No 8 — Meets quarterly at Freemasons Hall, Carleton. 

Moncton, No 4 -Meets quarterlv at Masonic Hall, Moncton. 

St Stephen, No 5— Meets (juarterly at Masonic Hall, St Stephen. 

Kensington, No 11 — Meets (piarterly at Kensington, P E I. 

KniglitH Templar. 

I)eMolai Preceptory, Registry Sovereign (ireat Priory of Canada — II A' 
Cooper, Presiding Preceptor; H If McLeol, Registrar. Meets fourth Thurs- 
day in the month at Masonic Temple, St John, 

Encampment of Saint John, Reli^jious and Military (~)rder of the Temple, 
Registry S(wereign (ireat Priory (;f Canada, Meets second Wednesday in 
each month at Masonic Temple, St Jcdin. Alex R Campbell, Noble and 
Eminent Commander; Geo Blake, Lieutenant Commander; Win B Wallace, 
Mareschal ; Robt L Smith, Hospitaller; Richard H McWilliams, Chancellor: 
T A God-soe, Treasiner; Joseph A jVIagiiton, Secretary; W Alex Porter. 
Baucennifer; John Rubins, Bearer of Vexillum Belli; Wentworth E Wilson, 
Chaplain; John R Warner, Chamberlain; Fred Sandall, Organist; Andrew 
McNichol, \V rder; Josepli II Morrison, W E Raymond, Aides-de-Camp ; 
Dingee Scribuer, Man-at-Arms, 

McLeod Moore Conclave, No. 13. 
Masonic and Military Order of Knights of Rome and Red Cross oi" Con- 
stantine, Knights of the Holy Sepulchre and S John the Evangelist : Re^'istry 
of the Cirand Imperial Council of England, Meets at Masonic Temple, St 
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Senior General; I'rct'.v-rick Sandall, . Junior (ietu'ral; .lolin \' Mllis, lliyli 
Prelate; Howard I) Mcl.cod, Recorder; (Jco F» IIiM,'Mn, Tre;isiirt'r ; .I(ilii\ 
Kerr, Prefect; Joseph II Morrison, Standard Hearer; Alex W MacKae, Her- 
ald; Dingee Serihner, Sentinel. 

Aii<i<Mii an<l Ac<M'|>te«l ScottlNli Kite. 

St Jolin Lodge of Perfection, 14°, on llie Registry Supreme Conneil of 
Canada — Meets at the ai)artinents of the Rite, Masonic Teniple, St John, on 
the fourth Friday of Fehniarv. M:iv, August and November. John A Watson, 
:;2°. T P G M ; G (i lioyne. (Jr;in(i Secretary. 

Harrington Chapter of Sovereign Princes of Rose Croix. H R I> M, IS^ — 
Meets at the apartments of the Pkite. Mnsonic Temple. St .lolm. fourili Friday 
in iMarch, June, Septemher and Decemher. Arlluir I Tiiieman, ;!2°, M W 
Sovereign; John A Watson. 82°, Registr.ir. 

New Brunswick Consistory S P It S, 1)2° -Meets at the apartments of the 
Kite, Masonic Temple, St John, fourth I'Vidav in .lanuarv, April. .lulv and 
Octoher. John V Kllis, 3.3°, Comman<k'r-in-Cliief ; I) S Stewart, 32°, Grand 
Secretary. 

Royal Or«ler of Scotland. 

Provincial Grand Lodge of New Primswick, Nova Scotia and Prince 
Edward Island— .John V Ellis. Provincial (irand .Master; Wm A ICwing. 
l^rovinci.al Grand Secretary. Meets at Mnsnuic Temple, St John, on the tirst 
Wednesday in February, May, August and November. 



LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION. 

Grand lAxl^e of New IJninswIck. 

R W Grand Masler, Herman H Pitts. M i> i>. Fredericton ; R W S Deputy 
Grand Master, Douglas McArthur, St .John : R W .J Deputy (irand Master, Dr P 
T Kierstead, Woodstock ; R W Grand Chaplain, Rev .J C I^leakney. Woodstock ; 
R W Grand Secretary, John Farley. I^ristol.Carleton ; R W (iraud Treasurer. 
P E Heine, Moncton ; R W Grand Lecturer, W S A Douglas. St Stephen ; R 
W Grand Director of Ceremonies. A F Lockhart, Hartford; K W Deputy 
Grand Secretary, D H Charters. Moncton. 

R W Deputy Grand Chaplains— Revs H D Worden, Carletou County; 1> 
Fiske, York County: (lideon Swim, Westmorland County; W W Lodge, St 
John County; Jos Sellars, Gloucester County ; S C Moore, Albert County : [ 
Howie, Kent County ; M Gibson, Kings (east) County; A E Chapman, Vic- 
toria County. 

SUnOHDINAlK r.ODOKS— NUiHTS OF MKKTINU. 

Vernor, 1, St John — First and third Tuesday. 

Eldon, 2, St ,Tohn— Second and fourth Tuesdaj'. 

York, 3, St John— First and tliird Thursday. 

Nerepis Heroes, 4, Petersville, York— First Friday. 

Guardian, t>, Prince of Wales, St John (west)- First .Saturday. 

Victoria, 6, (lolden Grove, St John (west)— St-cond Wednesday. 

Gideon, 7, St John (west) -.Second and fourth Thursdav. 

Kellv, 8, Moncton, Westmorland -First and third .Monday. , „. , , 

Allinghara, 10, ranipbellton, Itestigouche— Second Tluir.'iday and fourth Ueduesday, 

True Blue, 11, St John rwe>t)— Third Wednesday. 

Milburn, 12, Caiiterhurv, York— Second Tu.sday. 

Rising Dawn, 13, Flat Lands, Restigouche-Secoiid and fourth Tuesday. 

Sleeves, 14, Lutz Mountain, Westmorland— Second and fourth .NUurday. 

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Hoyno, 1'), Wlilti' Hciid, KIiiks iwrst - Sfcoiid Saiiinliiy. 
Iiivincildf, 10. St Miirtiiis, St Jdlm — I'iiMt Tlinr.sd.iy. 
Uailli.', I'.t, Hiiillii'. (liitilotto— FirNt Sutiinlay. 
(iraliiiiii, JO, FrtMlcilclon, York -First ami third Friday. 
HdHMinon!, '21, Fri'iit'rlt.loii, Vorl{— St'<M>iid and ((Uirlii Monday. 
Andi'i-Hoii, J'*, Itiirtt's Corner, Yorl{ — l'"irs( and tliird Monday. 
.TohiiHon, '24, St .Joliii — First and tliird .Monday. 

tiueens Hlins, '2.'), Ncwcitstlr I'.ridni-, (imrns -I'lrst nnd third Friday. 
i)oniinion, '2('., Brown's I'lat, Kin^s (west i -Third Wodnt'Mday. 
Ilavclock, 27, St .lolm—Sccond and fourth Wednesday. 
M elcall, 2H, Uound Hill, tiueeii.s (wcsi>— Second Saturday. 
Mount l'nr|»lo, '2'.t, Tisarineo, St .lohii (wisti— First Saturday. 
Lincoln, :10, Lincoln, Snnhiiry — l'"irst Wediu'-^dav. 
Hrilish Lion, :U, (ilassvillo, Carleton -First Wednesday. 
K(|nal ItiKlXs, .'(2, Freiiericton, York —Second Tuesday. 
Harcourt iielornis, ;t;!. Mass River, Kent —First Saturday. 
<Joweii,;tl, Hairdsville, Victoria— Second Tuesday 
Walker, ;{■">, Frederieton, Yor k— S(>i((n(l Wodnes(iay. 
Star of the Hoyne, :it), I'atterson Settlement, Sunhiiry— Second Monday. 
'Prentici! Hoys, :!7, Sea Don Cove, Klnn-' (weit)— First .Monday. 
iVoodstock, ;"iH, Woodstock, Carleton — I-'irst Tuesday. 
Ariustronn, :w, Moiicton, Westmorland— S coiut and fonrtli Monday. 
Picl4ard. l", Marysville, York — First and third Tliiirsiluy. 
Hartland, IL llarllatid, Carleton -SecMiid Monday. 
Albert, 42, Alma, Aliierl — First Satnrdav. 
VVadman, 4't, llareoiirt. Kent — I.a-I I'hursday. 
Kitinoar, 44, I'jiham, KinRS (<!ast ) -I'irst and third Thursday, 
liarii ony, 45, l'|)(ier Loch l.oniond, St .lohti IMrst Monday. 
.Johnston Hliu's, 4i>, Sh ha, <iu.etis -Sijcond .Monday. 
No Surrender, 47, Newcastle, Norihumherland— First i'riday. 
Maideti ("ity, 4X, Canterhury, York— Third Saturday. 
"Victoria, 41i, Bristol, Carleton -l'"irst Monday. 
North Lake, "lO, I'orestville, York— Second Saturday. 
Welliiintoti, .'il, Kirklanil, Carleton — First Tuesday. 
Ihimpton, oj, Hlooinlield, Kings (east) -First Tucsdiiy. 
Andovor, ■"';?. Four Falls. Victoria -SecoiKi Thursday. 
Royno Water, r)4, WiliiamsluirK, York- Secotnl and" fourtli Thursday. 
"Waldon, 5"), Central Hiiiiiesville ^'ork— First Thursday. 
Carleton, ■'ili, Ci'iitreviile, Carleton— Secotid Tue.sday. 
Ilipwell, 57, Middle Simonds, Carleton - Fiist Wednesday. 
Perry, 58, Hatii, Carleton — Last .Monday. 
Farley, 5'.i, .Mount I'leasant, Carleton— Third We(inpsday. 
Immanuel, (io. South Hay, St Johti (west i— First Friday. 
MonctoD, 02, Monctoi', Westmorland— Second and (burth Friday. 
New Dominion, 0;j, t'umherland Hay, (Jiieens— Third Wednesday. 
Heine, 01, (^ampbellton, Hestifjouche— First Wednesday ami second Thursday, 
jiviuuston Champions, 05, Iteed's I'oint, Kings (west) — Last Saturday. 
Rentoii, 00, Hinton. (!arleton— l^'irst Saturd ly. 
I'haMiix, 07, Hetitcodiac, Westmorland— I'irst and third Monday. 
McLaren, OH, Salisbury, Westmorland — First and tliird Saturday. 
<'rown, (')',>, Holmesville, Carleton— First I'riday. 
Willis, ?(', Fairville, 8t .lolin (west)— First andthird Tuesday. 
Pitts, 7L Mouth of Tay, York— Second Tuesday. 
<,'larke Wallace, 72. McAdam, York— Second and fourth Thursday. 
Cethsemane, TA, Rear Island, York— F'ourtli Saturday. 
Wiggins, 74, East Floreuceville, Caileton — Second Friday. 
Hackett, 70, Lakeville, Carleton— Second Wednesday. 
Flewelling, 77, Windsor, (^irleion — Fir.st and third Tuesday. 
Beaconstield, 7H, Waterford, Kings— Second Tuesday. 
Jacksonville, 79, Jacksonville, Carleton- First Thur.sday. 
Davis Bennett, 80, Victoria Comer, (^ailcton — Fourth P'riday. 
St Stephen, 81, St Stephen, Charlotte— Second and fourth Monday. 
Riverside, 8'2, Riverside, Albert— First and third Tuesday. 
Kings Own, 83, Quispamsis, Kings 'west)- La-st Tuesday. 
Nassau, 84, Andover, Victoria -Second Monday. 
Star in the East, 85, Speights Corner, (J.ueens (west)— First Saturday. 

, 80, charlo. Kestigouche— FL.st and third Saturday. 

Debec, 87, Debec, Carleton— Second Monday. 

Maguudy Volunteers, 88, Blaney Ridge, York— Last Friday. 



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Tnu- Hliio.'.H), ( liiiiliaiii, Norlliiimlinlanil— Si coiid MkikIuv. 

l,omliin<lirry IIfio«'H, !il, .tfllrioH, Kind's Uiist)— Second Wfiltifsdav, 

Fowler, 92, iluveloek, KiiiKs (euslj— l'ir-.t Moiidiiy. 

Viftdiia, S»'{, Moiilh of Ke.swli k, York- Setiond Monday. 

New Hainion, !M, Slonehaven, ( llonccster -Second .md" tbnitli Monday, 

CloneN, !l',», I'lones, (^ueenn (west) — !■ iiMi Monday. 

(ioldcn (iate, Kto, Hill>l)or<Mii;li, AIImtI- I'ir.'-t and tliii<l Salnnlay. 

Wallace, lOU, I.on^,' Ueaeli, Kin^s (we>l)-Second and (..nrlli Tucftdav. 

Skinner, 107, Keed's I'oint, Kiiif^ (weMt)— Thin! Saiiirdav. 

f)allionMie, liiH, I)alll^,|^ic, Uf>tin(>nclie- I.ii^t Tluirsday. " 

llieliniond, lO'.l, Ilichniond, i arlclon Second 'rtuxiay. 

tiueen.s Own, li:!, ItanK*', <iueen.-i— I'lr^l Tlunxlay. 

Kinn William, 111, Oionioelo, Snnlmry Second .Saliirday. 

I'roteeiion, 1 111, TemiHTance Val(\ York-Second Satnrday. 

Fowler, VIA, Hal hurst, <ilouco-*ler— First nnd third llnirMlay. 

Admiral Nelson, 121, Sussex, Kinjts (east) -Second 1- ilday. 

Bayside, IHd, Waterside, .Mhcrt— Se( ond and luiiith Satnrday. 

Morning Star, lli'i, Victoria Mills, Westmorland Second and fourth Salnrdav. 

Morning Star, i:i('>, Tay Settlement, Yoi k- First 'Ihiu-.-day. 

Union Hrothcrs, i:!7, I'oint Wolfe, .Aihert -Second and fo'urth Satnrdav. 

Garihaldi, l;(H, Hillside Alliert— 1' irst Monday. 

Ka.stern Star, lii'.t, Alherl .Miin's, Allieit— .S'lMilid S. tiirday. 

Star of Hope, 1 H", Kluin, Alhert— I'irst Tuesday. 

Dominicn, 141, Si ,Ioliii--Firsl and thinl Tiiesd^iy. 

Snubury, M"), i'leilc'ricton .lunction, Siuilpiiry— 1' ir.st .Monday. 

ChipiJian Volunteers, lod, Hrigu's Corner, (^ncens— Fir.st Tuesday. 



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(iraitd L«Ml(;e of tli«< LowiT l'i-ovince«i. 
E A Bent, Graiid Master, Piigwush, \ S; Jns K ^Iiicd.snaM, Deputy Grand 
Master, Sherbrooke, N iS; John D Mcf'"an, GrauJ WartK ; VV'oHiville, N S; 
J C P Frazee, Grand Secretary, h difax \ S; .1 H Balcoin. (ifi* ' " ••«*.urer, 
Halifax, N S; J il Sutherland, i' c; .M, ' •^•md Reprt'sentutivt , ili. ■^ ^ ; 

H W Rogers, i* o m, CJrand Kepre.sentativo, Amherst, N IS; Hv\ ,s.cliil> 
Bowman, Grand Chaphiin, .New Glasgow, N S; ,/ ,' '''"Ison, (irand Marski.. 
Charlottetown, P K 1 ; MaKidiii D IJruwn, Grand Condiirl'"'. i^' lolm, N »'. . 
W S Saunders, Grand Guardian, Wo"dstock, N B; I) S M(]|| aniits Grand 
Herald, Moneion, N B. 

i)i:,rKi(T KKi'iTV (iitA.M) M.\.«(ri'.n:.s 

I)i.strict No 1— Ea.steni Star Lodge, No 1 ; Princess Rebekalj L<swJge, S« * <»»' --((c W Mc- 
JJonald, rictou, N S. „,, 

District No 2— Moore, 17; Caledonia. 2H; Union. :!0: Regina, 7l. li K ' '"•«n|>Hon Sui jjr 
Brae, N S. 

District No :J— St Lawrence, 8 ; Wildey , 27 ; Alpha Hehekah, 10. Thilip I'.i lUjj^. f'b,arlotte- 
town, PEL 

District No 4— IMone(\r, '.i ; Peerless, l".i ; Siloani, 29; (loklen lUile, 4(; ; .lew. I i. '-kah, tj. 
M D Brown, St .John, N B. 

District No .=5— Orient, 10; Mystic, 18; Amity. 40; Concord, 01); Mizpah Rebekah, >. ^ 1- 
Messervev, Halifax, N S. 

Distrid' No ()— Fuller, .T : Norton,!;; Seotia, 11; (lolden Link Rebekah,2; Southern Crosf* 
Kebekah,:!; Crystal Fountain Hehekah, U. .1 D .McKcan, Westville, N S. 

District No 7- Victoria, i:!; Nasliwaak. 72. (ieo W lirowii, Marysville, N B. 

District No s— Fureka, li; Ivauhoe, 4i. .lames Scott, Springhill, N S., 

District N ■ 8(t— Ivy, li.^) ; Mvrtle, 71. Neil Morrison, Amherst, N .S. 

District V 9— Western .Mar, 1(1; (iuidiiig Star, 21; Crescent, C,;^ ; Sunbeam, 64. J I 
BdwarJs, v «. h. Annapolis, N S. 

Distviet Ne '"—Prince Kdward, 22. T IKiradv, e> <: M, Sumnierside, P h I. 

Dis'.rict No .;- Mizpah, 24; IMiunix, oO ; Fidelity. ".4. S .1 Moore, .-hnhenacadie, N S. 

District No ' t-Lorne, ;{i". ; Kidgelv,4:!. .1 A McDorman, Creat Village, N S. 

i strict No l.i Prince Albert, 2C. ; Pearl Rebekah, 9. D S Mc.Manus, (. ir, Moncton. N B. 

i .strict No 14- Berwick, M; Hiawatha, 57; Kingston, 05. C F Rockwell, Kentville, N S. 

uistrlct No 1.5- ' illey Lodge, HA. Jjhn Thonip>on, Sussex, N B. 



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District No Ifi— Pcsaquid, 38; Edwards, 47. M C Piiiith, Windsor, N S. 

District No 17— (arlcton, 41. W S ijaunders, a a, Woodstoclc, N H. 

District No 18— Jewel, 42. Rupert < uniunghum, Aiitigonish, N S. 

District No 19— riiathain, 45. J D B F Mackeuyic, Cliathani, N B. 

District No 20— Diamond, 51; Orion. 58; Bonnie Brier, Reb, 8. Thomas Andrews, Yu;- 
mouth, N S. 

District So 21— Queen, 52 ; Vesta, 62 ; Aberdeen, 68 ; Triune, 75 ; Brier, 76. John Johnson, 
Port Morien, N S. 

District No 22— Helping Hand, 34. Robert Sutherland, River John, N S. 

District No 23— Miriam, 56. F A Sjtarhawk, St Stephen, N B. 

District No 24— Rising Sun, 59 ; Lallave, (>(). Jas H Brown, Lunenburg, N S. 

District No 25— Mayflowe , 61 ; Seiiside, 70 ; LaTour, 77. Thos Robertson, p G R, Barring- 
ton, NS. 

District No 26— North Star, 4S. R G Duft', Cami)bellton, N B. 

District No 27— Tokalon, 66. J R Rattray, Albcrton, P E L 

District No 28— Chedabucto, 67. J Fothergill, Caii:,o, N 8. 

District No 29- Mannion, 73 ; Evangeline, 78. Jas 11 Maodonald, » G M, Sherbrooke, N S. 

District No 30— St George, 55. O S Dunham, Digby, N S 

SUnuRDINATK LOU(iKS— NIGHTS OF MKKTING. 



Eastern Star, 1, Pictou, N S, Wednesday. 
Fuller, 5, Meliarton, N S, Friday. 
Norton, 6, New i.iujjjow, N S, Mondr.y. 
St Lawrence,8, ( luirlottetown, FEI, Monday. 
Pioneer, j, St ,Iohn, N H, Friday. 
Orient, 10, Halifax, N S, Monday. 
Scotia, 11, Westvillo, N S, Thursday. 
Victoria, 13, Fredericton, N B, Monday. 
Eureka, 15, SpringMll, N S, Tuesday. 
Western Star, 16, Annai)olis, Tuesday. 
;Moore, 17, Thorburn, N S, Tuesday. 
Mystic, 18, Halifax, N S, Thursday. 
Peerless, 19, St .lohn, N H, Tuesday. 
<;uiding Star, 21, Granville l''y,N S,Monday. 
Prince Edward, 22, Summerside, Thursday. 
Mystic Tie, 23, Oxford, N S, ^Monday. 
:»Iizpah, 24, Acadia Mines, N S, Tuesday. 
Crystal Wave, 25, Fugvvash, N S, Tuesdav. 
Prince Albert, 26, Moncton, N B, 'Aednesdav. 
Wildey, 27, Charlottetown, P E I, Friday. 
■Caledonia, J8, Hopewell, N S, Wednesdav. 
.Siloam, 29. St John, N B, Monday. 
Inion, 30, Springville, N S, Wednesday. 
Valley, 33, Sussex, N B, Tuesday. 
Helping Hand, 34, River John, N S, Monday. 
Ivy, 35, Amherst, N S, Fri'',av. 
Lome, 36, Economy, N S, t'riday. 
Pesaquid, 38, Windsor, H s, Tuesday. 
Amily, 40, Halifax, N S, Tuesday. 
Carleton, 41, Woodstock, N B, Thursday, 
-lewel, 42, Antigonish, N S, Tuesday. 
Ridgely, 43, Great Village, N s, Tuesday. 
Jvanhoe, 44, Parrsboro, ^ S, Thursday. 



Chatham, -15, Chatham, N B, Thursday. 
Golden Rule, 46, St John, N B, Thursday. 
Edwards, 47, Hantsport, N S, Monday. 
North Star, 48, Campbellton, N B, Tuesday, 
I'hijBnix, 50, Truro, N t^, Tuesd.iy. 
Diamond, 51, Yarmouth, N S, Thursday. 
Queen, 52, Sydney, C B, Friday. 
Berwick, 53, Berwick, N S, Tuesday. 
Fidelity, 54, Shubenacadie, N S, Wednesday. 
St George, 55, Digby, >J S, Friday. 
Miriam, oti, («t Stephen, N B, Thursday. 
Hiavatha, 57, Kentville, N S, Friday. 
Orion, 58, Port Maitland, N S, Monday. 
Rising Sun, .59, Lunenburg, N S, Moudav. 
LaHave, 60, Bridgijwater, N S, Friday. 
Mayflower, 61, Barrington, N S, Friday. 
Vesta, 62, North Sydney, N S, Tuesday. 
Crescent, 63, Bridgetown, N S, Monday. 
Sunbeam, 64, Middleton, N S, Monday. 
Kingston, 65, Kingston .Station, N S, "Friday. 
Tokalon, 66, Alberton, P E I, Monday. 
Chedabucto, 67, Cacso, N S, Monday. 
Aberdeen, 08, Little Glace Hay, N S, FriiL-w 
Concord, 69, Dartmouth, N S, Tuesday. 
Seaside, 70, Clark's Harbor, N S, Saturday. 
Myrtle, 71, Sackville, N B, Friday. 
^ashwaak, 72, Marysville, N B, Wednesday. 
Marmion, 73, Sherbrooke, N S, Fridaj^. 
Hegina, 74, Sunny Brae, N S, Friday. 
Triune, 75, Old Bridgeport, N S, Wednesday. 
Brier, 76, Sydney M mes, N S, Tuesday. 
LaTour, 77, Port LaTour, N S, Thursday. 
Evangeline, 78, Country Harbor, Saturday. 



Grand Eiicainpnient of the .'Maritime Provinces. 

A D Grant, Grand Patriarch, New Glasgow, N S; A F Messervey, Grand 
High Fiiest, Halifax, X S; F W Harper, (irand Senior Warden, Westville, 
N S; Melville MeKean, Grand Scribe, Pictou, N S; I E Smith, Grand Treas- 
urer, St John, N B; J A Craig, p g p, Grand Representative, Yarmouth, N S; 
W II Weatherspoon, (irand Junior Warden, Annapolis, N S; D R Maclennan. 
Grand Marshal, Charlottetown, P E I ; J A Eraser, Grand Sentinel, Moncton, 
X B; Alfred Burcliell, Deputy Grand Sentinel, Glace, Bay, C B. 

niSTKKT DKPUTY GRANH I'ATKIAKCIIS. 

Distiict No. 1— Stuart Kncanii)nient, No. 1, Melville McKean, Pictou, N S. 

2— Milicete " 2, i E Smith, .^t John, N B. 

3— Halifax •' 3, A F Messervey, Halifax, N S. 

" 4— Port la Joie " 4, D R .Maclennan, Iharlottetown, P E 1. 



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11, W H Weatherspooii, Annapolis, N S. 

12, .Tardine MeLean, luireka, N S. 
i:{, James H Brown, I^unerihurg, N S. 
15, Alfred Burchtll, (ilace Bay, C B. 

SUUOKDINATli ENCAMPMENTS— NIGHTS OK MlCKTINu. 

Stuart, No 1, Pictou, N S— First Monday eaeh month. 

Miliceto, No 2, M John, N B— Last Wednesday each montli. 

Halifax, No 3, Halifax, N S— Third Wednesday each month. 

Port la Joie, No 4, Charlottetown, P E I — eeond Wednesday ea( 

Belvidore, Ko n, llantsport, N S— Fourth Friday each month. 

Mount Carniel, No (l, Moncton, N B- Third Friday each month. 

Yarniouih, No 7, Yarmouth, N S— First Tuesday each month. 

Meductic, No 8, Woodstock, N B— Second Tuesd'av each month. 

Micmac, No ii, Amherst, N ."^—Second and fourth'.Mondav each month. 

Cushing, No 10, Westville, N S-First and third Monday' each month. 

Tawopskik, No II, Annapolis, N S— Second Wednesday each month. 

Wabeek, No 12, Eureka, N S— Second and Eouith Monday each month. 

Lunenburg, No IH, I^unenburg, N S— Last Wi-dnesday each month. 

Mount Horeb, No 14, New (ilasgow, N S— First and third Friday each month. 

Cape Breton, No 15, Little Glace Bay, C B— First and third Monday each month. 

RKBEKAII LODUHS— NIGHTS OK MEETIN<i. 

Silver Spray, No 1, Pugwasli, N S— On Thursdays. 

^ioldeij I ink, s'o 2, New (Masgow, N S— Second and fourth F'ridays. 

Southern Cro.ss, No 8, Stcllarton, N S— On alternate Mondays. 

Princess, No 4, Pictou, N S-On alternate .Mondays. 

Mizpah, No 5, Halifax, N S— Second and fourth Fridays. 

Jewel, No 6, St John (we.>*t), N B— F^rst and third Wednesdays. 

Colfax, No 7, O.xford, J ' S ■ On Thursdays. 

Bonnie Brier, No 8, Port Maitland, N S— Meets on . 

Pearl, No 9, MonctOii, N B— l-irst and third ^londays. 
Alpha, No 10, Chaiiottotown, P E I— First anil third rucsdays. 
Crystal B'ouutain, No 11, Westville, N S— Second and fourth Tuesdays. 

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A J Armstrong, St John ; G Treas, T U Lawson, St John ; (i Chaplain, Rev 
Wm Lawson, Richihiieto; Grand Conductor, Fred G Mdore, Hopewell Hill, 
Albert Co; Ciraud Sentinel, II J Evans, Lakeside, Kings Co; Grand Siipt of 
Young People's Work, Jacob 1 Kierstead, Collina, Kings Co. 

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McCarthy, J E Prit'e, Moncton ; Hon (ieorge E Foster, Ottawa ; C N Vroom, 
S Webber, St Stephen; Judge Steadman, Fredericton ; Daniel McGruar, 
Newcastle; H H Pitts, Fredericton; J D Phinney, Richibiict<j ; Robert Bell, 
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Howard, St Stephen— Friday, L VV Hughes. 

Guiney, Market Building, St Job. i— Thursday, D Bradley, jr. 

Albion, Market Building, ."^t.Iohn — Wednesday, H D Everett, 

Queens, Gatcotown — Saturday, H J DeVeber. 

Nortbunil • -land, Chatham- Friday, George Stothart. 

Sackville, »ackville— Tuesday, George A Fawcett. 

Richil'ucto, Richibucto — Wednesday, Uoberl W Beers. 

New .istle, Newcastle — Thursday, .lames Falconer. 

Westmorland, Point de Huti', Westmorland — Thursday, .Tas W Colpitis. 

Golden Rule, Hopewell Hill, Alheit— Tuesday, (J M Peek. 

Safeguard, Pennlield, ( harlotte— W S R .lustason. 

Dalhousie, Dalhousie — Monday, ,1 R MeKenzie. 

Baie Verte, F.aie Ver+e— Wednesday, R Goodwin. 

Dover, Dover, w'e.stmorland — Saiurtlay, A K Steoves. 

Granite Rock, Carleton — Tuesday, ,1 McG Campbell. 

Caledonia, Douglastown, Northumberland— Tuesday, H Kirkpatrick. 

Collina, ("ollina Corner, Klnus — Thursday, Jacob I Keirstead. 

Oxford, Upper (iagetown, tjueens— Saturday, C H Botsford. 

(4aribaldi, Bentori,Carleton— Saturday, Cbas A Lewin. 

Si Martins, St Marlins— Tuesday, kobert Mosher. 

Moncton, Mnncton — Monday, (ieorge 11 Forbes. 

Lime Rock, South Bay, St .John— Mondiiy, W .1 Lowry. 

Haveldck, Butternut Ridge, Kings— Fridiiy, E Keith. 

Britannia, Millntream, Kings — "Saturday, (.'; W Weyman. 

Lansdowne, Fredericton — Thursday, II II Pitts. 

( harlo, Hiver Cliarlo, Uestigouelie--Thur!-day, .7 H Galbraith. 

Wills, Tower Hill, cluuioite— Tuesday, Wm Ciillman. 

Red Granite, St Gyorge — Saturday, Mary Russell. 

Gordon, 102 King stieet. St .Idliii — l''riday, Jo'iii Law. 

Star of Hope, Ippir (ioslien, .\lbert — Saturday, B B Hayward. 

Rosetield, McLauchlan lioad, Kent— Satuiday, C H Hicks, 

Gloucester, Stonehaven, (iloueester — Saturday, N R Richey. 

Centruvilb', Ceutreville, Kings — Saturday, J A Northrup. 

Essex, Waterford, Kings— Thursday, E ^I llewelling. 

Forest Glenn, Petiteortiae — Saturday, II \V B Colpits. 

Louison, River Louison, Restigouehe — Frid y, R Miller. 

Monument, Kirklaiid, Carleton— Saturday, (i W .Jackson. 

Campbellton, (ampbellton, Restigouehe — Monday, .1 T Reid. 

Dundee, Shannon Vale, Ke-jtigouche— .Saturday, R H Wright. 

McCarthy, Scotch Settlement, Westmorland — Wednesday, Alex Duff. 

Millstream, Ipper Millstream, Kiiig> — Monday, Zebulon Gaunce. 

Kingselear, Kinyt^clear, York — Saturday, B W I'ox. 

Mount Middleton, Mount Middleton, Kings— Friday, Jos W Chapman. 

Blackville, Blaekville, Northumberland— Wednesday, J H Dale. 

Silver Stream, Black Brook, Northumberland — Wednesday, Wm Tail. 

Maple Green, Dalhousie Junction, Restigouehe— Wednesday, Wm .lamicson. 

Miirysvilie, Marysvllle — Iriday, Wm Henry. 

St Geoi'ge, St John- '.Vednesday, Wm Rodgeis. 

St Andrews, St Andrevis— Wednesday, R A Stewart. 

Whitneyvile, Whitneyville, Northumlieriand — Monday, Bcnj Forsythc. 

Red Hank, Bed Bank,"Noithumberland - Friday, Kev J I) Murray 

Frances Willard, Sussex, Kings— Monday, John Thompson. 

Sunbury, Upper Maugerville, Sunlmry — Thursday, Geo F Banks. 

Russell. Bay side, (harlotte — Saturday, James Russell, M i' p. 

Head of Millstieam, Head of .Millstrea i. Kings — Monday, B B Hayes. 

Head of Tide, Head of Tide, Restigouehe — Saturday, John F Moir. 

Muiray, Southesk, Northumberland— ->aturday, Benj Hubbard. 

Tilley, Gray's Mills, Kings — Monday, RuWon E Lyon. 

Mayflower, Harvey Station, York— Thursday, J A Little. 

Riverside, Coatesville, Kent — Saturday, G BCoates. 

Charity, Hatfield's Point, Kings— Sattirday, D A Hatfield. 

Kingston, Kingston, Kent — Friday, Alex B Carson. 

Lake 'de. Kings — Monday, J \N esley Fowler. 

Jubilee, St John (North Endj- Monday, W F Cronk. 



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IntcriiatinuHl Supreme Lod^e. 

K W (i Tem[)lar, Josepli Malins. Good Teuiplur Buildings, Edraond stifet. 
Birmingham, England; K W (r Oiunsollor, Edward Warinsl<y, m p, Stock- 
holm, Sweden; ii \V G V Templar, Miss Anna M Saunders. Lincoln, 
Nebraska; R W (i S G Temjilar, Miss Jessie Forsvtii, 80 State street Boston. 
Mnss ; K W G Secretary, C\>1 BF Paiker, Oneida street, Milwaukee, Wis- 
consin ; R \V G Treasurer, Dr August Forel, Zurich, Switzerland; P K 
W G Temi)lar, Dr I) II Mann, 194 Clinton 'Street, Brooklyn, N Y; R \V (r 
Chaplain, Rev E Z .J DeBeer, West South Africa; R VV' G Marshal, B D 
Rogers, Nov Scotia ; R VV G D Marshal. Miss Florence E Cram, Manchester. 
New Hampshire; li W G A Secretary, Tom Honeyman, Good Templar 
OflBces, Glasgow, Scotland ; R \V G (Juard, Mrs N C Crispin, 181? Franklin 
street, Melbourne, Australia; R W (J Sentinel. Ileniick Voss, Struer, Den- 
mark ; R \V G Messenger, Edward Pickering, Harrismith, Natal. 

Literature Comniittee — Dr Oronhyatekha, Toronto, Canada ; Jlon S I*> 
Chase, Hallstead, I'ennsylvania ; W P Roberts. Minneapolis, Minnesota; Res' 
James Yeames, Boston, Mass; Prof Ci \V E Hill, DesMoines, Iowa. 

The next session of the International vSujireiue Lodge is fixed to open iu 
the city of Toronto, Dominion of Canada, on the fourth Tuesday in .June, 18!t'.'. 

Graiul Loilg*' of New ISi'UiiswU-.k. 
G C T, W R Gould, j p, Chatham; ii Conn, G W Dodge, Nauwigewauk. 
K Co; G V T, Miss Ida Northrup, Kingston, K C(»; G S J T, Mrs VV W 
Killam, Havelock, K Co; G Sec, VV M Burns, Hilisborough ; G Treas, S Z 
Dickson, Nauwigewauk, K C; P (r C T, \v L Waring, .")5 Main street, St 
John; G Chap, Rev VV Lawson, Richibucto; G Mar. E (r Merritt, Frederic- 
ton (members of executive); G D M, C D Killam, Victoria Mills, West Co; 
G G, J II Gray, Springfield, Kings Co; (x Sent, John Bert v, Turtle Creek. 
Albert Co; G A S, B E (ioodspeed, Niishwaak V, Yoik C();'G Mess, Geo T 
Bradley, Nashwaak V, Y Co; R VV <.r T, VV L Waring, -v^ Main street, St 
John. 

Li.st of Working Lodges. 

A'o. Xaine. Meeliii;/. I>. <1. (\ T. .Idili/'xx. 

4 East .\ll)ert Tuesday l-Alwaid .loues Suiri-y, Albert. 

'21 Fredericton \V«'(liie>day ...(' Wiillaco I'rtdericlon. 

:« Prineess Ak;xaiidria..SiUui(hiy ." >r (i .leiikiiis Kars, Kings. 

40 Dorchester Monday K W Wekloti Dorchester. 

44 Albiou Saturday .... Newton .larvis Fredericloii. 

53 Mansl)ridge Saturday Hugh Toner .Mispee, St .John. 

'A Bay View Wednesday ...\Vm Secord P^ed Head, St .lolin. 

6G Seailel Hunaer Saturday .'... .Win T (*uni)iugliam...i'isarine(), St ,Iohn. 

t)8 Sirion M<inday Robert liartlett I'Jl Carmarthen st., St John. 

SI Sea Shore Tin sdaV Wellington Vail St Martins, St .John. 

.'^6 Almou Tuesday II "' (.iiguey Milledgeville, St John. 

89 Shediae Thursday J II .Mooie Shediae. 

103 Maple View .>^atuiday D W Sadler Sisson Ridge, Victoria. 

108 Gordon Thur.-da'y Samuel Snodgrass Smithtowii, Kings. 

lO'J No Surrender Thursday Wni T Nddwell Fairville, St .John. 

110 Hold theldit .^aturdav Teromo Dawson Dawsonvilie, Albert. 

115 Alma Thursday D C Cleveland Alma, Albert. 

116 Hopewell Monday W A Trutnuui Albert, Albert. 

117 Pleasant Valley Thursday W C Keating Albert Mines. Albert. 

121 Nashwaak Village Saturday (ieo T Bradley Nashwaak Village, York. 

125 Phcenix Wednesday ...Bertie Moore Mechanic Settlement, Kings. 

150 Cha'ham. '. Tuisday <ieo T Stewart Chatham. 

154 Sheffield Union Friday F W Barker Sheffield Academy, Sunbury. 

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Victory Saturday W S Inch Jerusalem, Queens. 

Fidelis Friday John MeKinnon Norton Station, Kinus. 

White Stiir .Monday Mosos riteeves Edgetfs Landing, Aloert. 

Garfield Monday J T Logan Gondola I'oint, Kings. 

Cedar (irove Friday J H Gray Springfield, Kings. 

Pearl Saturday lames » White Whitens Mills, Kings. 

Weldou Wednesday ...Wni G Dulty Weldon, Alhert. 

Ambition Friday C W Weyman Apohacjui, Kings. 

Alnwick Saturdiiy Tabusiutac, Northumberland. 

Queen's Own Monday (" W Pearcc Cambridge, Queens. 

Pidgeon Kev Wm Lawson liichibucto, Kent. 

Cambridge Star I'luirsday Geo (." Hendry Central Cambridge, Queens 

l/lowelyii Saturday K F Dykeman Jemseg, Queens. 

Kegina l-'ridav Amy J McLean i umberland Bay, Queens. 

Fairfield Friday W It Floyd Fairfield, St John. 

Rocky tilen Tuesday H M Corbttt Armstrong's Corner, Queens. 

Ever Onward Thursday Mary D Gilli.s Lower Napan, Northumberd. 

Riverside Thursday lohii A McNaughton.. Black Rivei' Bridge, North'ld. 

Reform Tui'sday H II Keith Ilavelock Corner, Kings. 

Advance '. Prosser Brook, Albert. 

Never Surrender .Siturday John H Ferry Turtle Creek, Albert. 

Lone ytar Friday M T Steeves Shenstoue, Albert. 

Spreading Oak Saturday John T Weatherby Little Ridge, Charlotte. 

Dominion Wedncnlay ...David Magee ." 12 Siraonds street, St John. 

Harvey Friday I^ H Robinson Harvey, Albert. 

Endeavour Saturday Thomas McLaughlin.. Curry ville, Albert. 

Francis Willard Wednesday ...J T Steeves Hillsboro', Albert. 

Willow Tree Thursday Thos G Ferry Lower Ridge, Kings. 

Ivy Monday R I Carloss 14 Charles street, St John. 

Beacon Star Saturday Thi.s Scribncr Lime Hill, Kings. 

Crystal Friday C D Killam Victoria Mills, Westmorland. 

Range Wednesday ...A 1' McVicar Range, Queens. 

White Birch Tuesday T W McNaughion Black River, Northumberl'd. 

Pride of the Plain Saturday Thos S Taylor .Salisbury, Westmorland. 

Arbutus Saturday leremiah Fillmore Berry toei, Albert. 

Undaunted i'ridav S c Spencer Hopewell Cape, Albert. 

Mt I'leasant Thursday C C West Hopewell Hill, All)ert. 

Anchor Saturday Harry W Steeves Hildgard, Westmorland, 

Loyalist Friday M ti Uainwright Kingston, Kings. 

Beaver Wednesday ...Austin R Wetmore Clifion, Kings. 

Nauwigewauk Wednesday ...<i W Dodge Nauwigewauk, Kings. 

Cambridge luion Saturday L J Fiower McDonald's Corner, Queens. 

Waring ' J W Hallett McAdam Junction, York. 

F<;iensdale Thursday D O McDougall Long Reach, Kings. 

Hampton Monday I A MeKinnon Hampton, Kings. 

Hamilton W R Roiiinson Kouchibouguac, Kent. 

Star of Hope Fridav W H McDonald 1U5 Queen St (east), St John. 



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toria, No 2, meets iirst and third Tuesday in each month in hall, Market 
Building, Charlotte street, St John, N B. Alexandra, No 6, meets every 
Thursday in Temple of Honor Hall, Main street, North End, St John, N B. 
Tilley Temple, No 14, meets every Thursday in Segee's Hall, Mill street, St 
John, N B. Aberdeen, No 15, meets every Monday at hall, Milford, St John 
County, N B. St James, No 16, meets every Tuesday in Temperance Hall, 
St James street, St John, N B. Subordinate Sections — Junior Templars of 
Honor and Temperance : Victoria Section, No 1, meets every Friday in 
hall. Market Building, Charlotte street, St John, N B. Alexandra Section, 
No 2, meets every Tuesday in Temple of Honor Hall, Main street, Nortli 
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side, No 2, meets al call of Chief of Council i.i Temple of Honor Hull, Main 
street, North. End, St John, N B. Grand Temple, meets semi-annually in 
May or June and in November or December. Executive Officers of Grand 
Temple : George T J Blewett, G W T. 73 Harrison street, North End, St 
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H J Snelgrove (Major), H C R, Coburg; W Baird, P H C S W, H S C R, 
<:^alt; H E Griffiths, P D C R H C T, Toronto; L Seacord, m d, P H C R, 
H C, Medical Examiner, Brantford ; S H Kent, P D C R, H C S W, Ham- 
ilton ; G Dulmage, P H C J B, H C J W, Belleville; H J Boyd, H C S B, 
Mount Forest ; W >Villianis, P H C S, Fermauent Secretary. 

Trustees— E F Claike, Toronto; C B Heyd, Brantford; W Douglas, Owen 
Sound. 

Auditors - John Anderson, Montreal ; F Abbott, Meaford ; H Catley, Mount 
Forest. 

Laws and Relief Comn)ittee— W J Vale, P D C R, Chairman, Toronto; D 
F MacWatt, P H C R, Bairie; VV Mills, P H S C R, Ingersoll ; C Chappel, 
Montreal; Scott E Morrill, St John, N B. 

High Court Solicitor— D F MacWatt, P H C R, Barrie. 

High Court Medical P^xaminer— L Seacord, M d, P H C R, Brantford. 

Organizer for New Brunswick — George A Hurd, McAdam, N B. 

D C R New Brunswick— Scott E Morrill, St John, N B. 

Couit.s ii New Brunswick. 

Court Pride of St John, No SOSO, St John, N B— J F Brown C R; William 
Evans, S C R; F W Marshall, P C R; James Morrell, Treasurer; R D 
Knowles, Secretary. 

Court McAdam,' No 8085, McAdam Junction, N B— L H Brown, Secretary, 
McAdam Junction, N B. 

Diamond Jubilee, No 8*77, St John, N B- F K Keiler, C R; B Anderson, 
SCR; Scott E Morrill, P C R; S A Hawker, Treasurer; A W Biddington, 

Aberdeen, No 8578, Woodstock, N B— A J Gray, Secretary, Woodstock, N B. 
Clarendon, No 8580, Clarendon Station. N B— Edward Burnley, Secretary, 
Clarendon, N B. 

ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. 

Chambers Lodge, No 1— Meets in Orange Hall, Germain street, second and 

fourth Mondav of each month. 
Carleton Lodge, No 2 -Meets in City Hall, Carleton, first and third Monday 

of each month. 
Valentine Lodge, No ;; -Meets in 1. O. F. Hall, Charlotte street, second and 

fourth Tuesdav of each month. 
Adelphoi Lodge, No 4— Meets in Temple of Honor Hall, Main street, first 

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Ottawa; Supreme Vice Chief Ranger, Hon D D Aitken, Flint, Michigan ■ 
Supreme Secretary, Major John A Mcdillivray, <i c, Toronto; Snprenv' 
Treasurer, H A Collins, Toronto; Supreme Physician, Thomas Millman, m !>. 
Toronto; Supreme Counsellor, Hon Judge Wedderburn, <iC, Hanijjton, N 11. 

Hi^h Court of New ItruiiHwiuk. 

High Standing Committee— H C R. Hon Judge Wedderburn, Hampton; i' 
HCR, Win Kinghorn, St Marys, York County; H V C R, W J S Mile-.. 
M A, St John (North); H Secretary, F W Emmerson, a b, Judge of Probate, 
Sackville; H Treasurer, E P Eastman, Tetitcodiac ; H Physician, B M Mullin, 
M T), St Marys, York Co; H C, E R C'hapman, a i?, St John. 

High Auditors — J V Russell, St John ; Thomas Murray, Sackville. 

Appointed Officers — H Chaplain, Rev D Fish, Florenceville ; H S W, If 
Nadeau, Edinundston ; H J W, W (J Eraser, Campbellton ; H S B, W McK 
Weldon, Moncton; H J B, R W Mitchell, Kingston, Kent Co; H Mar, A 
Hastings, St John (North) ; H Con, S L T McKnight, Belleisle Creek, King- 
Co; H Mess, A W Ebbett, Judge of Probate, Gagetown ; H J S, John Farley, 
Bristol, Carleton Co. 

Bankers for the High Court of New Brunswick — The Halifax Banking Ci>iti- 

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1711 Alliert P W F Brewster 4th Widnesday. 

1290 Albert Mines <' S Woodworth 4tli Tuesday. 

226 Alma T E Colpitts, a h 3rd Satiirda'y. 

.166 Apoha(iiii V L (Jross 1st and :<rd Saturdays. 

626 An;li.. er F .1 Kupkey 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 

747 Arth, .ette, Victoria Robt Knowiton 4th Thursday. 

:{280 Avoni , lie, Carleton las A Barber 

15fi4 Berry's Mills T S Steeves 2iid and 4th Saturdays. 

3190 Bath, Carleton I L Shaw 

3320 Baydu Vin VV B Willistou 4th Saturday. 

:{045 Bathurst A N Desbrisay 'Jnd and 4t,h Tuesdays. 

1789 Belleisle Point O N Mclntvre 2nd and 4th Fridays. 

449 Buctouche las H Powell 4th Tuesday. 

642 Bristol, Carleton lohn Farley 1st and 3id Saturdays. 

845 Boiestowu W T Slmrp 4ih Saturday. 

1289 Blissville A H Worden 3rd Saturday. 

1389 Belleisle Creek (i \V Scovil, m p i- Alternate Saturdays. 

1498 Bluonitield, Carleton II A Sinker 2ud and 4th Saturdays. 

1636 Blissfield, Northumberland.... M A Kelly 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. 

1877 Bear Island, York .MA Uagerinan 

1926 Back Bay, Charlotte Andrew Ma^ee Last Saturday. 

1781 Bloomtield, Kings J T .McVey 4tli Friday. 

1845 Bayfield, Wi stniorland Ceo J Dob.son 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. 

1854 Bristol, Westmorland S W Burgess, m j) 1st and 3rd Fridays. 

3448 Burtt's Corner, York Ellwood JUirtt 

1965 Blaekville W ,) McLagi?an 2nd and 4th Fiidays. 

1870 Ba^s River I B Miller 2nd and 4th Saturdays. 

3589 Bale Verte itcv S .lames 2nd and 4th Thuisdays 

3643 Black River B'c,Nortbumb'ld..Wm V l.llock 2nd and last Saturdays. 

52 Chatham Alex McKinnon 4th Monday. 

162 Centrevillp, Carleton A C <iil>son 4th Tuesday. 

274 Clover Hill, Kin-s Chas Gates 4th Saturday. 

641 Campbellton W It Fraser Last Thur.-day. 

071 Carsouville, Kings Chas II Cook 2nd and 4th Fridays. 

1575 Clearview, Carleton f; H Phillips l.st and 3rd Tuesdays. 

1394 Cody's, Queens T P Heiherington 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. 

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Chi|)ii»anV,(.,»iu;cns H A Ilyaii 2nd and 4tli Tluirsday.i. 

rhiireh's Pt, N()v|Iiimii1.'1<1 W Anderson 

Downcyvillo, Kmi^s M (i .Icnkins Last Tuesday 

Dniliam Urid^e, York K<'V H I'.cll La t Wednesday. 

Doaktown Otto Hitdcrlirand. Ith Mondav. 

Derby, Norlhnniberland los K releii:i :!id Tlmrsday. 

Deboe, .hinctioii (' \V Uiekenson '.'nd and Itli Saturdav.i. 

Dalhousie Tlins A Seott Last I'ridav. 

Dorcliestcr A \V Cliapnian ^tli Kridav" 

l)on><las(own T MoKonzic I>ast Kridav. 

EI«in H A Smith 2iid and n"li Monday-.. 

Eel River, York Kli.-lia Mdore Itli Saturday. 

Eel River, Restigoiiclie II A McMillan Last Mondav. 

East Florenceville N II Toni|ikins 4th Saturday. 

KdnuMidslon Hector Nadeaii lird Tuesdav. 

Florenceville Otis Shaw Last Monday. 

Erederictou Alex liurchill Mb Wednesday. 

Fairville A () Hanson 2n<l iind 4th Tue.sdays. 

Ford's Mill Tas Cariuthers 2hd and -Uh .Saturday.-t. 

Golden (irovc, St John W A MeKate Itb Monday. 

Grand Falls II \V Taylor 2inl and hi'^t Satiirdayn. 

(Jrand Manaii W K Kent .'!rd Tiiesd.iy. 

Glassville f 15 Millii' 2nd and 4th Wednesdayu. 

Ga^eiown .\ W Khbett 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. 

(iaj;etown (I'pper) (ieo E Babbitt 2nd and last Thursdays. 

Grand Hay 1> M Hanmi .'!rd Monday. 

(iri ^uwieli W S Helyia Last Wednesday. 

Harcourt, Kent Ts:\ac n'llumiihrey :Hrd Tuesday. 

Hatnpst'ad, Queens Tsinic Van Wurt.....". 2nd and 4tri Saturdays. 

Haveloek luhn R I'riee :!rd Mondiy. 

Hampton W V, Crawi'urd iird Thursday. 

Hartland A F Catupbill '.'nd and Itli .-Saturdays. 

Hillsboro I HSteeves :>rd Tuesday. 

Harvey Station S H Hunlei' 4th Saiunlav . 

Hopewell ('ape I A Tinj^loy Last Saturday. 

Harvey, Albert K II Robinson Last Sat urday. 

Hardwicke C, S Riennan 1st and :trd Saturdays. 

Jemsei;. tiueeus V .M Colwell 2nd and 4lh Mondays. 

Jerusalem W Fred Inch tth Friday. 

Jacksonville ('has I'lumnier :'>rd Tuesday. 

Keswick C E .fones 4tti Wednesday. 

Kinuston, Kent II M L'erguson I5rd Tuesday. 

Kingstor), Kinj;s Rev H S Wainwrigbt 4th Saturday. 

Kilburn, Victoria Ri^nj Kilburn 2nd and tth Tuesday."!. 

Lepreaux Dr II I' Reynolds 4tb Saturday. 

Lord's Cove, Charlotte T W Cook.." 2nil and last Saturdays. 

L'Tete, Charlotte H H McLean 1st and .'!rd Thursdays. 

LoHK Point, Kings Andrew Leonard Alternate Saturdays. 

Logf^ievilie F W Russell 1st and :ird Thursdays 

Moncton Vt H Pick 3rd Thursday. 

Moncton W McK Weldon 4th Friday. 

Moncton Tames Doyle 3rd Friday. 

Milltown Harrison Morrison !st and 3rd Thursdays. 

Marvsvill ' Geo B Smith 3rd Tuesday. 

Millville, York E H Estey 2nd and 4th Saturdays. 

McAdam Junction M H (joodspeeil 2nd and last Tuesdays. 

Musquash Geo Bedell, m d 2nil and 4th Saturdays. 

Mountain Dale Hazen Folkins Alternate Saturdays. 

Midgic Rev J (i A Helyea 2nd and 4th Saturdays. 

Norton Station D B Hatfield..." .Alternate Wednesdays. 

Newcastle, Nortbnmbetland.,. John 8 Fleming 4th Thursday. 

Newtown, Kings A J Campbell 3rd Saturday. 

Newcastle, Queens James O Miller 

Napan A G Dickson Last Thursday. 

Oromocto T P Peake, m n La>t Tuesday. 

Oak Bay David (i Dickey 2nd and 4tb Mondays. 

Penobs(niis H E Freeze 3rd Saturday. 

Poquiock W H Berry 2nd and last Thursday!*. 



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94 

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18;V2 

3185 

3588 

3636 

1761 

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1747 

1755 

125 

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1572 

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145 

190 

283 

394 

485 

508 

570 

721 

803 

33i2 

118 

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1666 

3042 

1841 

1795 

3080 

325 

3065 

652 

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Location. C. D. C. R. Kifjhts of Mectiny. 

Perth Centre A L ("ireen Last iiiKht. 

Petitcodiae N Steoves I'nd and 4ih Mondays. 

Port Klgiii. R K Carter, M u '2nd and 4th Fridays. 

River Cliarlo I^ W Ihunilton 2nd and 4th Wednesday*. 

Rolling Dam, Charlotte (\ \\ Leaver 3rd Hatunlay. 

Richibueto I D McMinn 

River Louison W II MeMiilan Last Monday. 

Red Hank, St .lohn s Cliinninf^ham 2nd and last Tuesdays. 

Red Pank, Northumberland.. ..11 F Whitney 

St John E W Paul L.st Monday. 

St John M (; H Henderson 3rd Mon<lav. 

St John T A Wntsou 4th Thursday. 

St John Keverdy Sti'cves 1st and 3rd Mondays. 

St .John Fred FFlewwellinj; ".rd Tuesday. 

St John W J S N.iles 2nd ami last Thursdays. 

St John A llaslinj^s 2nd and 4tli .Mondays'. 

St John I )•; Smith l.<t luohday after l.'dli. 

St John F M '^mith Ist and :'.rd Thursdays. 

St Jobn W II White 'Jnd and last Wednesday > 

Salmon River, St John 1 no Armstrong 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. 

St Marys 1^ Vaiiwart 1st Tuesday after 15th. 

Salisburv 1'] Moore, m u Last Wednesday. 

Sussex .'. I W West 3rd Thursday. ' 

Shediac W A Russell 4th Tuesday. 

St (ieortre (iiiy H Clineh Fa^t Monday. 

St Andrews V. A Coekburn 2nd and last Mondays. 

St Stephen Tames Murrav 4th Tuesday. 

Stanley Tiuis II ('rai«. 4th Saturday. 

Sackville IT F Faweeit 'Jnd and 4th Tuesdays. 

Sackville (UppiT) F J Tin>;lev 2n<l and 4th Thnisd'avs. 

St Martins W FSkillen 3rd Thursday. 

Shannon, Queens R B Me('reiid«f 2nd and 4th Saturdays. 

Sheffield M F (iilbert.." 3rd Widnesday. 

Summertield, Carleton 'Ihos Killeollins 

The Range, (Queens Peter B iSaiton Kst aid 3rd Saturdays. 

The Narrows, (Queens C N Robinson 2nd and 4th Fridays. 

Tay Settlement, York John Boyd 4th Saturday. 

llphani Station .\ Mierwuoil 4th Thursday. 

Wateiford, Kings T C Moore liast Tuesday. 

Woodstock lohn Tattersall 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. 

Weldsford, Queens 1) H IMcDonald 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. 

Wood point Bedford Tower 

W(>stmorland Point II <' Lawson 2nd and 4th Mondays. 

Young's Cove, Queens T G O Earle, m n 2nd and 4th Saturdays. 



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148 Lo(lf];e Eton, Charlottetown, P E I 

149 Lodge Kenilworth, New Glasgow, N S 

150 Lodge Haliiax, Halifax, N S 

151 Lodge Islington, Fredericton, N B 
160 Lodge Rose of Stanley, Stanley, N B 
192 Lodge Forest of Dean, Westville. N S 

207 Lodge Marlborough, St John, N B 

208 Lodge Shaftesbury, Moncton, N B 
223 Lodge Chebneto, Halifax, N S 

226 Lodge St Aidans, Springhill Mines, N S 

227 Lodge Dudley, St Johns, N F 

228 Lodge Dartmouth, Dartmouth, N S 

229 Lodge Worthing, Stellarton, N S 

236 Lodge Diamond Jubilee, Harbor Grace, N F 

34 Juvenile Lodge Marlborough. St John, N B 

35 Juvenile Lodge Shaftesbury, Moncton, N B 

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Supreme Inner (iunrd, H A Uigelow, Seiittlo, \V:isliin<rtoii ; Sii|ireine Outer 
(iuard, John W Thompson, Washington, I) ('; I^>o:ir(l of Contrnl Kn(h)\vnK'ut 
Rank, John A Ilinsey, President, ;57 C'onuncrce Ulotk. ( hiciif-o, 111 ; Major 
General Uniform Rank, Jus \{ C'arnalian, Indianapolis, inij. Siii)reme Lo(lge 
convenes in Indiannj'lis, Ind, fourth Tuesday in Anmist, 1S!)S. 

Supreme Kepreseniatives of (Jrand Lod>,'e of Maritime Provinces — W C N 
Grimmer, St Stephen, N B; Jaii'es D I'owler, Frederiiton, N I). 

Grand T^odKe oi' tlic >Iaritiin4> rroviiic<>s. 
Grand Chancellor, J M Deacon, Milltown, X P.; (irand Virc-Chancellnr, 
F A Godsoe, St John, N P.; (Jrand Prehite, J F (iilroy, Spi inMhill, N S; 
Grand Keeper of Records and Seal. John (' Henry, Pox L*82, St Stephen, N B : 
Grand Master of Exchetpier, II J Po^xnn, Atnherst, X S; (iiand Ma-ter-at- 
Arma, W E Sherard, Moncton, X B; Grand Inner (iuard, H LCole, Halifax, 
N S ; Grand Outer Guard. Rev D T Porter, Advocate, N S. The next con- 
vention of the Grand Lodge will l)e held in St Stephen, N B, on the flr-t 

Tuesday in August, 1898. 

.Subordinate Lodgen. 

Xeic JinnifUfick Lodge, No. /, Sninf John, N. B. 
Chancellor Commander, C H Smythe ; Iveeper of Records and Seal, T B 
Donohue. Meets every alternate Wednesday. 

I'liioii I.odrje. No. '., Sain/ .hihii, N. B. 

Chancellor Commander. Frederick Ferguson ; Keeper of Records and Seal, 
A B Robinson, St John, N B. Meets every alternate Wednesday. 

Wi'stmorland Lodge, Xo. ■*, Monc/on, X. B. 

Chancellor Commander, E O Steeves ; Keeper of Records and Seal, Alex 
P Tait. Meets every Tuesday. 

Frontier Lodge, Xo. .',, Si S/fi'/ii'ii, X B. 
Chancellor Commander, Arthur McKenzie ; Keeper of Records and Seal, 
C A Laubman. Meets second and fourth Tuesday. 

Cvmhfrlaiid iMdge, Xo. •", S/>ringhill, X. S. 

Chancellor Commander, Duncan Blue; Keeper of Records and Seal, R H 
Cooper. Meets Thursday. 

Frederic/on Lodg<\ Xo. il, Fredrrlclon, N. B. 

Chancellor Commander, Chas W Whelpley ; Keeper of Records and Seal, 
Jas A Reed. Meets second and fourth Tuesday. 

fvanhoc Lodge, No. 7, Wood.itock, X B, 

Chancellor Commander, R E Ilolyoke ; Keeper of Records and Seal, G H 
Holyoke. Meets Monday. 

Em-der Lodge, No. S, Milltown, X. B. 

Chancellor Commander, Albertus Faloon; Keeper of Records and Seal, J 
W Graham. Meets first and third Monday. ^ 

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Sn,.il,h- Loilr/p, Xo. U, Si. Aniln-fr.'<, ,V. B. 
Cliiiiuillor CoiiincindiT, J A Wade. M D ; Keeper of itcoonls and Soal, 
jMbert Tlriin[)s()ii. Moots (irst and third Monday. 

.V;/r//r Lodge, Xo. 10, .idivcnte, X. S. 

Cliaiiicllfir ^'oinniaiider, Frederic Morris; Keeper of Records ami Seal, 
ilcv h T porter. Meets Monday. 

('hhjni'clii Loil(jt\ Xo II, Ainher.tf, X. S. 

Chancellor Coninianler, John Pickrew ; Keeper of Records and Seal, John 
K Roach. Meets Tuesday. 

J/nhfa.r Lixlfjp, Xo. IJ, HiiliJ'dx, X. S. 

Chancellor Commander, F A Marr; Keeper of Records and Seal, J G 
I 'ewar. Meets second and fourth Thursday. 

h'i'iiilinii/k I,(i<i(ic, Xii. Li, I'iinshitin. X. S. 

Chancellor Commander, A Burrell Boss ; Keeper of Jiecords and Seal, E 
Wood worth. Meets Tuesday. 

/•'(//■ /•.'ii.it Lodiji', Xo. Vi, S/. .J'lhii's. Xi'iif'oinidfand. 
Chancellor Commander, VV R Searle ; Keeper of Records and Seal, W K 
l>earnes. Meets VVedncsday. 

Iliidrjfirati'r Lody, Xo. /.", Hridiii'iviitcr, X. S. 

Chancellor (JomuKinder, A J McDougald; Keeper of Records and Seal, E 
J Cragg. Meets first ami third Monday. 

Southern Cross Lodge, Xo. Id, Grand Mdiinn, X. B. 
Chancellor Commander, W S Carson ; Keeper of Records and Seal, D 1 W 
McLauchlin. Meets .second and fourth Thursday. 

Victoria Lodge, Xo. 17, Port (hevitle, X. S. 

Chancellor Commander, A H Hatfield; Keeper of Records and Seal, S J 
Soley. Meets Friday evening. 

Eudowineiit Rank. 

John M Jenkins, General Organizer, G Crown street, St John, N B. Section 
-NO oil J Moncton, X B, H B Fleming, Secretary. Section No 2o92, PVederic- 
ton, X B, A J Fowlie, Secretary. Section No 24U». Si John, X B, D Moore 
Manks, Secretary. Section No 2o53, St Stephen, N B, F P Grimmer, Sec- 
retary. 



THE GRAND COUNCIL OF THE CATHOLIC MUTUAL 

BENEFIT ASSOCIATION OF CANADA. 

{Incorporated under Dominion Act, 1893). 
Nomination for oflScers last meeting in November; elections first meeting 
in December; installation first meeting in January each year. 

GRAND DEPUTIES. 

Province of New Brunswick — St John City and County, John L Carleton, 
Barrister, St John. Madawaska and Victoria, Rev M A O'Keefe, Grand 
Falls. Westmorland, F J Sweeney, Moncton, and Dr L J Bellivau, Shediac. 
Kent, David Landry, M D, Bnctouche. Northumberland, John Morrissey, 
Newcastle. Gloucester, J J Power, Bathurst. Restigouche, James S Harquail. 
Barrister, Dalh(>usie. Kings, Queens, Albert, Charlotte, York, Sunbury and 
Carleton, Philip J O'Keefe, St John. 

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Province of Nova Scotia — Yiiriuotili and Slu'lltiiriic, V (J .1 Corneaii, Yar- 
iiioiitli. Dijiby, Rev .1 ,] Sullivan, Wcvnionlli. Annapolis. Anyus Mcl'liit', 
Annapolis. Kinj;s Connty, inchulini; Tiiiro, London-lirrv and Kcntvillo, .1 
T HaiiHay, Trnro. (Inywboro, 1> A (aincnm, Catisi*. Anii^oiiisii, I 1"' Setrs, 
Antijionish. Cntiiborland and ('oiclu'stcr, ( itM)ri,M' W ( ooke, Ainlierst. Picton, 
Kev J A Mcl)onal(l, New (ilasj^ow. Halifax I'ity and <'nunty, .1 K Crayij, 
Halifax. Lnnenbnrg. .1 Flynn, Halifax. Hants, W.J Power. Halifax. Cape 
Breton, I) M Cnrry, Sydney. 

Prince Edward hland — Kin<?8 County, .1 .1 Hnj.?lies, Sonris. (^neens County, 
Stanislaus Hlanchard, Charlottetown. Prince County, Dr J H MatLellan, 
Hummerside. 

NUMBKR AND I^OCATIOX OF llKANfllES. 



2^0. Location. 

130 Sathu/st, N B 

131 North Sydney, C B, X S 

132 Halifax, N S 

133 Carleton, N B 

134 St .John, N B 
160 Halifax, N S 
1()2 Moncton, N B 

167 Dorchester, N B 

168 Amherst, N S 

169 Shediac, N B 

177 Newcastle, N B 

178 Meniraincook, N B 

179 Fox Creek, X B 

180 Yarmouth, X S 
184 Fairville, X B 
18.5 Caracjuet X B 
189 Sydney, C B. X S 
192 Antigonish, X S 
195 Petit Rocher, X B 

202 Chatham, X B 

203 Canso, X S 

204 Parrshoro, N S 
206 West Puhnico. X S 
208 Dartmouth, X S 
210 Grand Falls, X B 

214 Alberton, P E I 

215 Summerside, P K I 



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Location, 
Charlottetown, P K I 
Sprinyhill, N S 
Daihonsie, X H 
l*u('toMche, N P> 
Fredericton, X P) 
Kgniont Hay, P K I 
Halifax, X S 
Xew (Jlasgow, X S 
Joggins, X S 
Kensington, P K 1 
Richihncto, X B 
East Puhnico, X S 
Sonris, P E I 
Barachois, X B 
Truro, X S 
Meteghau, N S 
Wellington, P E I 
(icorgetown, P E I 
Tracadie, X W 
St -Joseph, X B 
Lourdes, X S 
(irandigue, X' B 
Tignish, P E I 
St Eon is, X B 
(Hace P.av, C B, X S 
Belliveau's Cove, N S 



ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

rroviiicial Officers. 
\Vm J Crowe, Provincial President ; John J Troy, P O Box 316, Wood- 
stock, N B, Provinci:d Secretary ; James Flannagan, Main street, Moncton, 
Provincial Treasurer. 

County and I..ciciil Officers. 

Carleton Countij. 
R F Waddleton, Coiuitv President, Victorial Hotel, Woodstock. 
Division No. 1, Woodstock— T E Sheasgreen, President, (^irlisle House, 

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Main street; Wiilter ('o^'Rer, V'ioe-l'residont ; Tlios Knne, Koponlinir Secre- 
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TreaHuror, Sentinel otlice. Meets at A O II liall, Main street, first Wednestlay 
antl third Sunday of each inonh. 

Charlotir ('oiiuti/. 

J W Densmore. Coinity President. P O Hox 17, Milltown, N H. 
Division No. I, Milltown— Michnel Pnrcell, President, 1() VValinit strett, 
Maine; Andrew Ilealy, Vice-President Harton street; Jeremiah Murray, 
Hecordint; Sucretarv, (Jhhc street; Michiiel Welch, Financial Secretary, 
Middle street ; W J (irahani, Treasurer, Main street. Meets at A () 11 hail. 
Eaton's lilock, second and fourth Thurdiiys of each month, at 8 p ni. 

.SV. John ( '(Hint I/. 

J(din r Fer«,'iison. County President, P O Pox Ui'2, St. Jolin. N B. 

Division No. 1, St. J(din City— Thouias Kickhani, President, I'nion street , 
James P Owens, Vice-President; John R McCloskey, Hecordin^' Secretary, 
14 Brussels street; lloltert Coleman. Financial Secretary; Henry I'Mnni,u[;ni. 
Treasurer, 224 Prince Win street. Meets at A O II hall, corner (Jermain aii'i 
Princess streets, lirst and third Thursdays of each month, at 8 p m. 

Division No 2, St. John City (north end)— J J llyan, President; T) f 
Doherty, Vice-President; John Hayes, Recordinjij Secretary ; John Murphv, 
Financial Secretary; M (irannan. Treasurer. Meets at AO II hall, Kelly 
t't Murphy's huilding, first and third Wednesdays of each month, at 8 p m. 

lVrslmorl<iniI Connly. 

James Flanagan, County President, Main street, Moncton, N B, 
Division No. 1, Moncton — Koht J Kelly, President, Westmorland street: 
Denis Sweeny, Vice-President, N'ictoria street : Wm McAllister, Recordin'^ 
Secretary, Main street; (has O'Neill, Financial Secretary, Archihald street; 
Hugh F Hamilton, Treasurer, PO Box 4(). Meets at St Bernard's hall every 
Friday, at T.oO p m. 

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Treasurer, Box 132. Meets at St Dunstan's hall, first and third Wednesday 
of each month, at 8.30 p m. 

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Th(< N«\v IlniiiHMirk Aliiinni AHKociatlon nl' DiiIIioiihIi' rolIeK** »>><l I'liiveiMity 

KeKiiIar iiieetiiiKs in May, Aiijjiisl and Dt'ccnilMT. .\ 1 Trm man, M a, ix; r-, 
St John, president; I'nd' K C VVeldun, .M a, imi d, Albert; K \V Lewis, n ,\, 
('unipl)ellt(>n ; Rev J M Hohin.son, n A, Moncton ; Kev Willard Mehonald. 
M A, Frederieton ; M C Atkinson, M l>, c .M, Bristol, viecpresidciits; .lolni 
Montf;oinery, ii i-, i.i, \> St John, secietary-treasiinT ; II A Irving, i,i, it. 
Moncton ; VV II Tnieman, ll ii, St John ; B S Smith, l,i, ii, St John ; J Hoy 
Caiiiphell. I.L H, St John ; .\ W Macrae, M v, St John, executive corniiiittee: 
.John A Sinclair, M, it, Murray Ma«Mieill (.\rts. '!)(»), St .John, auditors; .V I 
Truenian, M a, n c l„ representative at hoard of governors; John M<iiit- 
gomery, n l,, li. it, rei)rescntative on Halifax .\lnnini executive. 
KIUK's C(>ll«>|>4> Law Solioul, St. .loliii, >. II. 

Faculty — Hon Sir John (' Allen, I\t, d c l, LL n, ex-Chief Justice of New 
Briipswick, Patron ; Rev C K Wilhts. m a. h c i„ President of Kind's Colhge : 
Allen () Karle, l> c i., (i c, Dean of the Faculty and Proft'ssor of Real and 
Personal Property; Hon Mr Justice Townshend, n c l,. Civil Law; Hon Mr 
Justice Ilnnington, l) c l., Proci'dure and Fcclesiastical Law; Hon .\ S White, 
M A, LI, It. Attorney (ieneral of New Brunswick, Ciiiiies; Charles N Skinner, 
(I C, Statutory Law and Sales; Silas Alw.ard. M A, D c l>, c^ c, M P P, Fipiity 
and Evidence; I Allen Jack, ha, dol, <i<'. .Ancient Law; .\lfre<l .\ Stockton, 
J.L D, I) c L, (i ('. M P P, Adtniraily and Shipping and Con><titiitioual Law; 
Arthur I Trueman, m .\, it c L, Wills and l"].\ecutors ; Lemuel .\ Ciirrey, M A, 
nc L, Procedure; Thomas I) Walker, it A, M it, c M, F.din, Medical Jurispru- 
<lence; Walter II Truenian, i.i, n. Contracts; Fdmnnd (J Kaye, Bills and 
Notes; J B M Baxter, Partnerships and Companies; J K Kelley, B c L, 
Roman liaw ; Charles A Palmer, i,i c, and W B Wallace, Practice. J Roy 
Campbell, B <' L, J.i- n. Secretary and Treasurer to the Faculty, 
Hiirristers' Society of >f«*\v Kriiiiswick. 

Dr A A Stockton, q c, [(resident ; Daniel Jordan, (^ c, vice-]iresident ; T O 
Allen (Frederieton), secretary; J D Phinney, q c, (4eorge F ( Jregory, (^ c. 
William Pugsley, q c, L A Currey, n c, A S White, <i c, H A Powell, (^c, and; 
A O Earle, q c, members of council. 

St. Julin Law Society. 

Council— C N Skinner, q c. A () P>arlp, (^ c, A A Stockton, <j r, W Pngslev^ 
^ C, A 1 Trueman, A P Barnhill, D Miillin, G G Rnel, G C Coster, 
Natural History S«»i;iety ot New Itriinswlck. 

Founded 1802. Museum and lecture room in Market Building; entrance 
on North Market street ; open to the puUic on Tuesday evening and Saturday- 
afternoon. G U Hay, M A, fr s c, president ; H George Addy, m d, William 
Murdoch, (; E, vice-presidents; Robert Matthew, treasurer; Percy G Hall, 
secretary; Geo F Matthew, ph d, f r s c. S W Kain, A (Jordon Leavitt, 
curators; Wm (Jilchrist, librarian; Gen D B Warner, J Roy Campbell, W 
Watson Allen, members of council (additional). 

Kings Comity Natural History Society. 

Robert King, A R, Sussex, president; Miss Louise Wetmore, Sussex, vice- 
president ; WN Biggar, Sussex, secretary-treasurer; William (ioold, Su.^^sex^ 
chairman of executive. Meets at 10 a m on the first Saturday in each month 
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New Itriiiiswick Liberal AHsoeiation. 

G G King, president ; Hielid O'Brien, I)r Colter, P J Venoit. vice-presidents ; 
C J Miiii<^an, secretary ; C A Stockton, treasurer. Executive committee: K 
Shives, Kestigoudie; D Turgcon, (Jloucester ; George Watt, Northumberland ; 
J Barnes, M P i\ Kent; J T liawke, Moiictcni ; W F (Jeorge, Westmorland; 
J II Dixon, All)ert; Geo McAvity, St John city; Hon A T Dunn, St John 
county; J S Clarke, Charlotte; Hon L P Farris, Queens; Hou Chas Burpee, 
Sunbury ; E H Allen, Fredericton ; Hon F' P Thompson, York ; W T Drys- 
<lale, Carleton ; J E Porter, M i* p, Victoria; J A Berier, Madawaska. 

The St. John Liberal Association. 

yi B Edwards, president; M McDade, 1st vice-president; Hon A T Dunn, 
Hud vice-president; Henry Malier, ord vice-president; Walter H Trueman, 
recording secretary ; Thos Dunning, financial secretary; Edward Lantalura, 
treasurer. Executive comnnttee: Th<>s McAvity, Count deBviry, C B Allan, 
John Flood, R O'Brien, Daniel F Tapley, M J Nugent, H H McLean, M F 
Mooney, E H Mac.^lpine, J H Doody and A N Shaw. Committee on mem- 
bership: J II McAvity, Edward Sears, Aid McMulkiu, James Brennan, Geo 
Ketchum. Young Liberals Club. 

Charles A Stockton, i)resident ; .lohn L Carleton, 1st vice-president; C J 
Milligan, 2nd vice-president ; James V Russell, 3rd vice-president ; Isaac 
Burpee, secretary; Adam P Macintyre, treasurer. 

I'rt>vinciHl Liberal-Conservative Association. 

Hon .Josiali Wood, president, Saokville; .J D Hazen, secretary-treasurer, St 
John Members of the Executive — Hon John Costigan, Victoria Co ; J K 
Fleming, Carleton Co; Walter McFarlanc, E B Winslow, Fredericton; A 1 
Teed, St Stephen ; W H Thorne, Dr J H Morrison, St John; S A McLeod, 
Sussex ; Geo Wonlen, Queens Co; J L Black, Westmorland Co; W B Jonah, 
Albert Co; J I) Phinney, Kent Co: James Robinson, Northumberland Co; 
T Blanchard, Glouciter Co; (Jeo Moflat, Restigouche Co, 
Junior Liberal-Conservative Association. 

A W MacRae, president; James McKinney, 1st vice-president; J B M 
Baxter, 2nd vice-president; I) Mnllin 3rd vice-president; Dr H C Wetmore, 
secretary-treasi'rer. Additional members of the executive: WC Dunham, Dr 
J H Mciirrison, J A Sinclair, E R Chapman, C B Lockhart, W W Allen, Scott 
E Morrill, Audit committee: L P D Tilley, A M Belding, F McCarthy. 

Commissioners of Slaughter Houses for the City and County of St. John. 

Thos L Hay, chairman ; Patrick Gleeson, Uriah Drake, John Nugent, D E 
Berryman, M D, Arthur N Shaw, Dr J H Frink, W H Shaw, secretary ; C H 
Bustin, ins[)ector. The board meets on the first Friday in each month at 3,30 
p ra ; Room 24, Magee Block, Water street. 

Exhibition Association. 

W C Pitfield, president; D W McCormick, W H Thorne, vice-presidents; 
Alex Macaulay, trea. urer ; C A Everett, secretary and manager ; Jas Reynolds, 
A O Skinner, R B Eir.orson, J M Scovil, W M Jarvis, finance committee. 
President and vice-preeideiit,-., treasurer and chairman of finance committee to 
be the executive committee. 

The St. John Itridge and Railway Kxtensii^n Company. 

Hon Frederick E Barker, president, J H Parks, vice-presi(' it; Thoma.- 
Williams, W Henry Thorne, Thos R Jones, Simeon .Jones, H II McLean. 
<lirectors; T Barclay Robinson, secretary-treasurer; T R Jones, superintend'!. 

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Clan Mackenzie, No. 9«, Order Srottish Clang. 

Rev W W Rivinnie, cliief; \V S Morrison, M i), past cliief; Andrew Malcolm. 
tanist; James ("iirmichacl, chaplain; Jos A Mi idoci), recording secretary: 
V7m Camei-on, tinancial secretary ; .John White, treasurer; Hu<j;h Crawford, 
senior henchman; David Stratton, Junior hencliin;"n; .S R .lack, seneschal; 
James Richardson, warder; J^ohert McFarlane, sentinel; William (iihson, 
piper; Robert Gibpon, standard bearer; C K Cameron, James Christie, m d, 
Alex Watson, trustees. The clan meets the lirst and third Tuesday in each 
month. St. Andrew's Society. 

George Robertson, president ; Hon .James G Forbes, 1st vice-president; J 
Roy Campbell, 2rid vice-president; Itev D J Fraser, cliaplain ; John White, 
(reastirer; Alexander Watson, secretary; John J Gonion and Chas W Hell, 
marshals; P K Inches, m d, David Willet and Andrew Malcolm, committee 
of charity; Adam P Macintyre and D R Jack, auditors. 

St. Andrew's Society, Fredericton. 

J L Inches, president; W (J Crocket, M i>, 1st vice-president; J F Mc- 
Murray, 2nd vice-president; () S Crocket, secretary; .Jas Tennant, treasurer; 
\j W Johnston, chaplain; \Vm Miiito, sr, marslia! ; \V R Dunbar, piper; Jas 
R Howie, Jas 8 Xeill, Jas D McKay, committee of charity. 

Fredericton Curling Club. 

E H Alien, president; H V Bridges, T G Loggie, vice-jiresidents ; Rev 
Willard Macdonald, chaplain ; B V Foster, secretary ; T G Loggie, treasurer; 
II C Rutter, J II Hawthorne, R S Barker, William Harrison, committee of 
management. St. Andrew's Curling Club. 

Hon J G Forbes, president; A Watson, vice-president; C II Ferguson, 
secretary -treasu rer ; Rev LG Macneil, chaplain; John White, J U Thomas, 
\V C Whittaker, F> Bates and Geo A Kiml)all, managing committee; Geo A 
Kimball, A Watson, J White, A () Skinner. J C Thomas, W C Whittaker, 
F P C Gregory, F O Allison, Rev L ii Macneil, (i F Fisher, J M Magee, 
C H Ferguson, II H Harvey, Rev P Owen-Jones, skips. 

Thistle Curling Club. 

Frederick S Whittaker, president; James Kennedy, vice ))resident ; Rev 
W O Raymond, chaplain; Isaac Biu-pee, secretary; Ar.drew Malcolm, 
treasurer; David McClelland, Martin (} B Henderson, .Vrthur W Sharj), T 
Alexander, B Holly, committee of managenient. 

Carleton Curling Club. 

Dr F L Kenny, president; W D Baskin, vice-president; E R Taylor, 
secretary; J H Leonard, treasurer; C F r>rown, H Colby Smitii, C B Allan, 
M F Mooney, J II Leonard, board of management. 

Relief and Airl Society. 

James Reynolds, president; Geo Robertson, treasurer; Hon Judge Tuck, 
C;has A P>erett, Dr P R Inches, James Kevnolds, executive committee ; Hon 
Judge Tuck, Dr P R Inches, John E Irvine, \Vm I'eters, Robt Marshall, A C 
Smith, A Rowan, C A Everett, Jas Reynolds, T Burke, S S Hall, Dr A F 
McAvcnny, C >.' Skinner, Geo Robertson, directors. 

British Fnipire League, St. John lJran<h. 

Rev Robert Wilson, president; J R Armstrong, S D Scott, vice-presidents; 
H H Pickett, treasurer; E (r Nelson, ;^ecretarv. Committee: The oHicers, 
D J Seely, R A Payne, Rev W O Raymond, L P D Tilley, J D Howe, John 
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St. Georgre's Society. 
T Barclay Robinson, president; William M Jarvis. H G Addy, m d, vice- 
presidents; Rev A G Hamilton Dicker, cha})lain ; Alfred Porter, secretary; 
Bowyer S Sinitii, assistant secretary ; C E Macmichael, treasurer ; the presi- 
dent, the chaplain, G Sidney Smith, A Everitt, J T Hartt, charitable com- 
mittee; Arthur W Lovett, Joseph IJ Stubbs, F F Ketchum, marshals; R\V 
W Frink, John J Biddington, Herbert B wSchofield, standard bearers; the 
president, Captain James Beck, Mr Sheriff Sturdee (chairman), J W Daniel, 
M 1), Joseph B Stubbs, William Robson, .J R Armstrong, rooms committee. 
Fanners' and Dairymen's Association of N. B. 

Lee Raymond, Woodstock, president; Henry Wilmot, Belmont, Ororaocto, 
vice-president; Joseph R Taylor, Rockland, recording secretary ; VV W Hub- 
bard, Sussex, corres[)onding secretary ; Geo E Fisher, Chatham, treasurer. 
Comity vice-presidents: Restigouche, W D Duncan, Campbellton ; Gloucester, 
FJ McManus, Bathurst Village ; Northumberland, (Jeo P Searle, Chatham ; 
Kent, P H Legere, m p r, (irandigue ; Westmorland, A Simpson, Little 
Shemogue ; Albert, G R Smith, Harvey ; St John, H L Creighton, Silver Falls ; 
Ciiarlotte, H G Traynor, Penntiekl ; Kings, VV D Fenwick, Berwick ; Queens, 
SL Peters, Queenstown ; Sunbiiry, M E Gilbert, Sheffield Academy; York, 
John Oldham, Soiuhampton ; Carleton, James Good, .Jacksonville ; Victoria, 
<ieo E Baxter, Andover ; Madawaska, C Martin, u v p, St Leonards. 
New Krunswick Good Koads Association. 

G F Hill, M p I', St Stephen, president; Howard Trueman, Point de Bute ; 
\V F Burditt, St John; F M Murchie, St Stephen, Charlotte; James Horn- 
brook, Studholm, Kings ; Willard D Wilbur, Dorchester, Westmorland ; S L 
Petttrs, Queenstown, Queens; H (J Wilmot, Oromocto, Sunbury ; VV S Tomp- 
kins, Southampton, York ; C L Smith, Woodstock, Caileton ; A J Beveridge, 
Andover, Victoria; A Bertrand, Ednuiudston, Madawaska; Wm A West, 
Albert; E L Gurmand, Kent ; Wm Wise, Chatham, Northinnberland ; ME 
Bourgeois, Tracadie, Gloucester; Neil Shaw, Dalhousie, Restigouche, vice- 
presidents; J S Armstrong, secretary-treasiirer ; W W Hubbard, Sussex; J J 
McGaffigan, J M Barnes, Hon H R Emmerson, A A Stockton, Wra Shaw, 
Hon L P Farris, directors. 

New Brunswick S. 1*. C. A. 

John V ICllis, M P, president; Ven Archdeacon Brigstocke, Rev Geo Bruce, 
Rev J M Davenport, Rev ii O Gates, W L Hamm, T B Robinson, Thomas 
Stead, Dr J H Frink, v s, VV^ F Best, W Frank Hatheway, James Ready, Dr 
D E Berryman, vice-presidents; S M Weimore, secretary ; W^ H Fairall, 
corresponding secretary; John M Taylor, treasurer ; Dr A A Stockton, solicitor ; 
Dr Thomas Walker, T O'Brien, John E Irvine, James Reynolds, James H 
MuAvity, G G Ruel, R Keltic Jones, W S Fisher, Jas Manchester, executive 
committee. P>edericton branch: (ieorge E Fenety, president; Charles A 
Sampson, secretary. Moncton branch: George B W^illett, president; WA 
McDougall, secretary. St Stephen branch: Hon Judge Stevens, president ; 
JE Ganong, secretary and treastirer ; William Robinson, agent. Woodstock 
branch : Mayor W W Hay, i)resident ; Rev B Colpitt, secretary and agent ; 
A B Connell, solicitor. 

St. Jolin Cliristian S<;ieiitist Association. 

Miss L A Veazey, president, 1)4 Princess street, to whom apply for informa- 
tion. Public services are held under the auspices of the associ«,tion, Sunday, 
11 a. m., Friday, S p. m., at 94 Princess street. 

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New Brunswick Auxiliary Iti1>ie Society. 

John E Irvine, president; Clms F Kinnear, Wm Peters, T S Simms, viee- 
})residents ; John Clavvson, treasurer; F S Sharj), secretary; J A P^stey, W S 
Fisher, Arthur Gihuoiir, 8 G Kilpatrick, W S Morrison, m d, John March, 
C E Macmichael, George F Mattliew, H A McKeown, Wni J Parks, George 
Robertson, Wni Sliavv, Arthur I Triieman, A L Law, J R Ruel, John Stewart, 
Herbert C Tilley, James Shaw, committee. Depository, Orange hall building, 
iiermain street, opposite Trinity church; Miss Fanny S Chandler, agent. 
Thomas M MacKelvie, Rockland, Westmorland County, N B, travelling 
<lgent. St. Jolin Young Men's Christian Association. 

G A Henderson, president; W C Cross, vice-president; L P D Tilley, 
treasurer; A W Robb, recording secretary ; the officers and J E Irvine, W S 
Fisher, H C Tilley, Dr W S Morrison, F White, George Jenkins, J Clawson, 
J M Barnes, F A Dykeman, E H Fairweather, J T McGowan, board of 
directors ; Geo E Williams, general secretary ; J M Edmunds, physical direc- 
tor; James Steele, jainitor. Building, 30 Charlotte street, containing reading 
room, parlor, class room, lecture room, boys' room, gymnasium, baths, etc. 
Open each week day from 8.30 a. in. to 10 p. m. Educational classes in 12 
subjects. Meetings : Men's meetiiig, Sunday, 4 p. m. Conversational Bible 
Class, Sunday, 2.45 p. m, Training Class, Sunday, 8.30 p. m. Boys' meeting, 
Sunday, 10 a. m. L>r. Bruce's Bible Class, Saturday, 4 p. m. Young men are 
cordially invited to visit the building. Strangers welcome. Full member- 
ship fee, $5 per annum. Limited fee, $2 per annum. Boys, $2 per annum. 
Women's Cliristian Temperance Union of New IJrunswicli. 

Mrs W W Turnbull, hon president, St John; Mrs S McLeod, president, 
^Newcastle; Mrs M Burpee, vice-president, Houlion, Me; Mrs S D Scott, 
second vice-president, St John; Mrs E R Atkinson, corvesponding secretary, 
Woncton ; Mrs B A Trites, recording secretary, Sackville; Miss Jane Lock- 
Jiart, treasurer, St John ; Miss Fullerton, auditor, St John. 

St John W C T U— Mrs T G Allan, president; Mrs Clark, first vice-presi- 
dent ; Mrs Davidson, recording secretary ; Mrs Day, corresponding secretary ; 
Mrs Patterson, treasurer ; Mrs S D Scott, auditor. 

Carleton W C T U— Mrs John Retallick, president; Mrs Ellen B Rodgers, 
Mrs M Baxter, Miss B H Appleby, Mrs J W Lister, Mrs D C Wetmore, Mrs 
A C Smitli, vice-presidents ; Miss Anna T Olive, secretary ; Mrs G A Kirk- 
patrick, treasurer; Mrs G A Hartley, auditor. 

St Martins W C T U— Mrs J A Smith, president ; Miss Trueraan, Mrs Jas 
Osborne, Miss Emma Marr, Mrs Wm Smith, vice-presi<lents ; Miss Mabel 
Cochrane, recording secretary ; Mrs R C Ruddick, corresponding secretary ; 
>Irs Wm Cronk, treasurer; Mrs O P Brown, auditor. 

New Brunswiclc Masonic Hall Company. 

Thomas Walker, president; A I Trueman, vice-president; William B 
Wallace, secretary; Edwin J Everett, treasurer; Thomas A Godsoe, John V 
Ellis, W Watson Allen, John D Short, George Blake, Robert Marshall, 
Andrew McNichol, William L Prince, Alex R Campbell, J S Boies DeVeber, 
V W Wisdom, John A Watson, Peter Campbell, directors. 

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New Krtinswick SiindMy School Association. 

Rev W Murray, Milltown, president; Kev A Lucas, field secietary; Mis- 
Agnes Lewis, corresponding secretary; Miss Jeanette Robinson, St Stephen, 
recording secretary; H A Wliite, Sussex, treadurer; Robert Reid, super- 
intendent lionie class department ; E R Machnm, superintendent of normal 
department. County vice-presidents: W A Trueman, Albert; S J Parsuns, 
Carleton ; W S Robinson, Charlotte; J Ferguson, Gloucester; Rev Williaiis 
Lawson, Kent; Rev A M Hubley, Kings; Dr Maine, Madawaska; G A 
Lounsbury, Northumberland; Isaac Vanwart, Queens; Robert Currie, Resti- 
gouche ; R (r Haley, St John; T L Alexander, Sunbury ; G L Corey, 
Victoria; Rev J E Brown, Westmorland; Mrs I C Sharp, York. Additional 
members of the executive: T S Simins, Rev G O Gates, VV J Parks, Rev T F 
Fotheringham, W C Whittaker, Alex Watson, Rev Geo Steel, J Willanl 
Smith, Andrew Malcolm, Mrs W G Clarke. 

St. John County Sunday School Association. 

W J Parks, president ; A J ITeath, vice-president ; E R Machnm, secretary ; 
Miss P Vanwart, assistant secretary; J Hunter White, treasurer. Executive; 
Baptists, T SSiiuins, W J McAlary, John McKinnon, L H Thome ; Methodist, 
WD Baskin, Miss L D'Orsay, Miss Tennant ; Presbyterian, Alex Watson, 
Mrs A Manuel ; Reformed Baptist, E Cosman ; Episcopal, Walter H Smith. 
Rev W O Raymond; Congregational, W Flewelling ; Disciples of Christ, J 
W Barnes ; F C Baptist, .James Patterson. 

Centenary S. S. Association. 

John E Irvine, superintendent: Frank H White, assistant superintendent; 

WA Brown, secretary; W H Mc^Carty, assistant secretary; Thomas Bell, 

treasurer; J E Angevine, librarian ; E Bowman, E Smith, S Salter, assistants : 

Mrs I C Bowman, superintendent of home department; Miss Edna Irvine, 

missionary secretary. 

New Ttrunswick Me<iical Society. 

James Christie, St John, president; G F Coburn, Fredericton, l.st vice- 
president; James Lawson, St Stephen, 2nd vice-president; S S Skinner, St 
John, secretary; G T Smith, Moncton, corresponding secretary; Foster 
McFarlane, St John, treasurer ; John Vincent, Chatham, J Boyle Travers. 
St John, D D McDonald, Petitcodiac, trustees. 

St. John Medical Society. 

Walter W White, president; GAB Addy, 1st vice-president; J H Scain- 
mell, 2nd vice-president ; Stewart Skinner, secretary ; James Christie, 
treasurer; Clara ()'*ling, corresponding secretary'; J R Mcintosh; librarian; 
Walter W White, patliologist. The society meets in the Market building 
every Wednesday evening at 8.30 o'clock. 

Council of Physicians and Sur{>;eons of New Brunswick. 

Members of Council : Thomas Walker, James Christie, Henry G Addv. 
Walter W White, C R J Crawford, St John ; G H Coburn, G E Coullhard, 
Fredericton; G M Duncan. Batiuirst; G T Smith, Moncton. Officers of 
Council: G E Coulthard, Fredericton, president; Thomas Walker, St John, 
treasurer; G H Coburn, Fredericton, registrar. 

St. John Firemen's Mutual Relief Association. 

Aid Thomas J McPherson, president ; Robert H Nichol, vice-president ; 
W S Vaughan, secretary; John Lelacheur, treasurer; Jeremiah McAdoo, 
chairman ; John Kerr, W H Bowman, E W Barlow, Chas H Jackson, Jame^ 
Dinsraore, James Manson, Charles Brown, trustees. 



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New Briiii»wlck Boavil of Fire Underwriters. 

C E L Jarvis, Queen Insurance Company and Insurance Company of Nortli 
America; Peter Clinch, ^'orthern Assurance Company; W M Jarvis, Liver- 
pool & London & Globe Insurance Company; A C Fairweather, Commercial 
Union Assurance Company, Plia-nix Insurance Company of Brooklyn; J M 
& C W Hope Grant, Lancasliire Insurance Company, Scottish Union and 
National Insurance Company ; (ieo Vj Eairweather, London and Lancashire 
Fire Insurance Company; J Sidney Kaye, Koyal Insurance Company; Hall 
& Fairweather, Pha'uix Assurance Company of London ; K L Whittaker, 
Imperial Fire Insurance Company ; T B & H B Robinson. Alliance Insurance 
Company, Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society; R W W Frink. Western 
Assurance Compjmy and London Assurance Corporation; II Chubb i^ Co, 
Atlas Insurance Company; F S Whitiaker, National Assurance Company; 
DR Jack, North British and Mercantile Insurance (.'om})any ; Geo E Fair- 
weather &Son, ^Etna Insurance Company, Hartford Fire Insurance Company ; 
Weldon & McLean, Guardian Assurance Company ; Vroom iS: Arnold, Con- 
necticut Insurance Company; Cowic «)t Edwards, Caledonian Insurance Com- 
pany; Knowlton & (jilchrist, British America and Phoenix of Hartford 
Insurance Company, Cluardian Assurance Company; G O D Otty, Union 
Assurance Society; William H White, Manchester Fire Insurance Company; 
H C Tilley, Sun Insurance Office; R N Fish, Central Insurance Company. 
Officers: A C Fairweather, president ; P Clinch, secretary. 

Maritime Itoard of Trade. 

C E Bentley (Truro, N S), president ; W M Jarvis (St John), vice-president. 
New Brunswick ; Horace Ilaszard (Charlottttown), vice-president, P E Island ; 
George A Hall (Truro), secretary-treasurer. 

St. John Board of Trade. 

D J McLaughlin, president; Wm M Jarvis, vice-president ; F O Allison, 
secretary -treasurer; J A Likelv, W H Thorne, W F Hathewav, W S Fisher, 
Geo Robertson, John Sealy, S Schotield, W C Pittield, HA Drury, '^lomas 
McAvity, members of council; H A Drury, John McMillan, WS Fisher, 
W H Thorne, S Schofield, James Robertson, board of arbitrators. 

St. John Agricultural Society. 

Wm Shaw, M P r, jiresident; R R Patchell, J H Frink, v s, S T (Jolding, 
S Creighton, Robert McLcan^^vice-presidents; Fred Johusou, secretary- 
treasurer; E LeRoi Willis, corresponding secretarv ; Wm Shaw, Fred Johnson, 
J H Frink, T Walker, m d, R R Patchell, E LeRoi Willis, W I) xMcEvoy, S 
T Golding, executive committee. 

Sinionds and Locli Lomond Agricultural Society. 

Dtvid McBrien, president; James H Bowes, secretary ; Alex F Johnston, 
treasurer ; W T Boyle, depository ; W A McFate, Sterling II Barker, Nicholas 
Stephenson and twelve other directors. 

St. Martins Agricultural Society. 

I B Hodsmyth, president; H E Gilmor, M d, 1st vice-president; James 
Rourke, 2nd vice-president ; John Hennessy, treasurer; R Mosher, secretary. 
The Liicensed Victuallers' Association. 

Geo W Jones, president; D W McCormick, vice-president; James Ready, 
treasurer; G Gordon Boyne, secretary; G W Jones, M A Finn, Thomas L 
Bourke, W E Raymond, T H Street, Josh Ward, P M O'Neill, John McCann, 
Richard Sullivan, executive committee. 



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St. John Horticultural Association. 

J I) Hazen, president; W VV Tiirnbnll and Thos McAvity, vice-presidents; 
James Reynold^s, socretary ; .Joseph Allison, treasurer. 

^Viiiiiot Fiirk, Fi-«(leri<;ton. 
Gift of late Mr E H Wilinut. Total Kiidowment, $20,000. 
Commissioners — (I K Fenety, president ; M Tennant, Hon A F Randolph, 
Mayor Van wart, J T Sliarkey ; VV T II Fenety, secretary to commissioners. 
St. .lohn Council, No. 133, Koyal Arcanum. 
H C Martin, regent; .John Henderson, vice-regent; J A Draper, orator; 
H B White, past regent; I) McNally. secretary; 1 C Bowman, collector; 
J M Taylor, treasurer; \Vm Crabb, cha[ilaiir; J N Wetmore, guide; James 
Donoghue, warden; W A McUinley, sentry; R E Coupe, James McKillop, 
W Watson Allan, trustees. 

St. John (Camera Club. 

G A Henderson, president; D L Hutchinson, 1st vice-president; J K 
Allison, 2nd vice-president; J R Woodburn, treasurer; R Dole, secretary ; 
Count deBury, L A Griffiths, J F Gregory, G A Davidson, executive. 

St. John Rural Cemetery Co. 

J R Ruel, president; FO Allison, secretary-treasurer; Joshua P Clayton, 
superintendent ; S S Hall, A Chipman Smith, C F Kinnear, J R Stone, A C 
Jardine, Robert Thomson, G Sidney Smith, J S Gilbert, Dr M Sheffield, Jas 
Manchester, H D McLeoiI, directors. 

Greenwood Cemetery Company. 

Directors — George H Clark, president ; , secretary-treasurer ; 

Jarvis Wilson, R N Knight, D W Clark, John V Ellis, W D Baskin, George 
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St. Vincent <!«> PhiiI S«)(;i«ty. 

Cathedral Parish— John Allen, president; T B Foley, vice-president; John 
F Gleeson, recording secretary ; M J Potter, treasurer. 

St John the Baptist Parish— John McGonagle, president; Christopher 
Kane, vice-president; Wm H Coates, recording secretary; Very Kev Mon- 
fiignor Connolly, v (;, treasurer. 

St. IVlHlachi's T. A. It. Society. 

Rev A Meahan, spiritual adviser; P Gleeson, president; Wiu P McLaugh- 
lin, recording secretary ; John Flaherty, financial secretary ; Peter Mahony, 
treasurer; I) L Kooney, sergeant-at-arms. Comniittee — Kings Ward, D L 
Rooney ; Queens Ward, J U'Kourke; Wellington Ward, P McHale; Prince 
"Ward, John Flaherty; special, P MctAIinnamin. 

St. Jo.sepli'K Senior Society. 

John H McLaughlin, president; Patrick Dillon, vice-president; Richard 
AValsh, recording secretary ; Jeremiah Jiennessy, assistant secretary ; Jere- 
«niah C'arey, treasurer; Daniel Rooney, sergeant-at-arins. Committee of 
Wards -Kings, T Barry ; Wellington, T Ryron, F Falbert; Prince, D Mc- 
Donald, P Quinn ; Dukes, W Statlurd, P McDonald; Sydney, J McNamara, 
J Elmore; Victoria, I) Donahoe, J McManns. 

Young: .VIen's Society of St. Josepli. 

Rev F J McMurray, spiritual adviser; John Condon, president; M D 
Sweeny, vice-president; F C Abbot, recording secretary; W C Pyne, financial 
secretary; Wm Magee, assistant financial secretary; F C Collins, treasurer; 
F G Condon, librarian; John Mcllugh, John Stanton, Charles Gormley, 
managing commiltee ; Jol»n F^ngland, scrgeant-at-aruis. 

Fatlier Mathew Association. 

Rev A J O'Neill, spiritual adviser; Leo Kelly, president; Stephen H Fry, 
senior vice-president; John Mudge, junior vice-f)residenl; John A Stanton, 
recording secretary ; Cieorge T Fiizpatrick, corresponding secretary; William 
H Coates, financial secretary; James H McHugh, treasurer; Chas Mitchell, 
librarian; Geo Fry, assistant librarian ; John Lee, sergeant-at-arms ; Rev A J 
O'Neill. Thos Kickham, M J Sliney, trustees. Meets every Wednesday. 

St. Peter's Total Al)stineiice Society. 

Rev E Wiegle, supreme adviser; James Morgan, president; A Rogers, 
vice-president; J H McHugh, secretary-treasurer; W J Norris, financial 
secretary; W J Dalton, assistant financial secretary; James B Daley, James 
Morgan, E Burke, trustees; John Roberts, sergeant-at-arnis. 
Irisli Literary an«l Kenevolent Society. 

P (ilee.son, president ; Thos Lawson, first vice-president ; \) J O'Neil, second 
vice-president; Denis Coholan, recording secretary ; Francis Melliday, finan- 
cial secretary; Richard O'Brien, treasurer; William Mitchell, librarian; 
Edward Haney, D J Gleeson, P J Gorman, trustees; E P McDonald, sergeant- 
at-arms. Meets every Wednesday evening at S o'clock. 

I'honetic Speed Society. 

Miss Helen Napier, president; Miss Mary E Rand, vice-president; Robert 
A Jamieson, secretary-treasurer; Misses Nettie Brown, E B Williams and 
Walter L Doherty, nuinaging committee. 

New Brunswick Odd Fellows Hall Company. 

W J Fraser, president ; David Sinclair, vice-president ; BA Stamers, sec- 
retary; Dr James Christie, treasurer; C N Skinner, solicitor. 

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St. John TradeH and Labor Council. 

Wm S Daley, president; Wm Goldsworthy, vice-president; Thos Tracey, 
recording secretary ; K \V McKinney, tinaneial secretary; William H Coaies, 
treasurer. Meets first VV'ednesilay in each njontli at Hownian's liall, Brussels 
street. ship Laborers' Union. 

James Buckley, president; Daniel Donovan, 1st vice-president; Thomas 
McGtiiggan, 2nd vice-president; Michael DriscoU, linancial secretary; Tlios 
Killen, recording secretary; Jolni Flaherty, treasurer ; James Alward, Wm 
Porter, jr, Denis McCarthy, (ieo (Jonboy, John Campbell, John McAndrews, 
Peter CuUinen, llobt Barry, A Jenkins, Thos Sullivan, Michael Hayes, com- 
mittee of management. Caullterti' AHsociation. 

George Fiillerton, president ; Rudolph Jielyea, vice-president ; Patrick 
McGloin, secretary; Sanniel Murpliy, treasurer; Samuel Bartlett, conductor; 
John F King, usher; Thomas Straihorn, sentinel. Meets first Friday each 
month in Ciood Templars' hall, Germain street. 

Scownien'H Union. 

Thomas Cain, president ; Thomas McAnulty, vice-president ; D H Adams, 
recording secretary ; John McKechnie, financial secretary ; Joseph McDevitt, 
treasurer; Patrick (larnett, John Power, Peter Gallagher, Kobt McClatferiy, 
Jos Garnett, Wm McCann, John Finnigan, Fred Pidgeon, committee; James 
Connolly, sergantat-arms. 

St. Jolin Tyi>ogra|ihical Union, No. 85. 

Charles McCristall, president; Henry Murphy, vice-president ; William H 
Coates, recording and corresponding secretary ; John Law, financial secretary; 
Kobt Kennedy, treasurer; Kobt A Johnston, sergeant-at-arms ; William D 
Essington, K W McKinney, Arthur King, trustees. Meets second Saturday 
in each month. 

Railway Mail Clerks' Associatiou of New Brunswick. 

George H Oulton, president ; H Wathen, vice-president ; S K Jack, secre- 
tary ; KG Magee, treasurer; B McG Caldwell, J R Pidgeon, S K Maxwell^ 
F E Ketchum, H W Belding, executive committee. 

New Brunswick Pliariiiaceutical Society. • 

Struan Robertson, president, St John ; C H Fairweather, vice-president, 
Sussex; Hazen J Dick, treasurer, St John; K Clinton Brown, secretary, St 
John; W H Mowatt, registrar, St John. Members of Council — K E Coupe, 
Thomas Crockett, M V Paddock, Cliarles F Wade, St John; W H Clark, St 
Stephen ; J D B ¥ Mackenzie, Chatham ; John M Wiley, Fredericton. 
The Maritime Commercial Travellers' Association. 

Head office, Halifax, N S. F'ratik C Simson, president; (ieo V. Faulkner, 
secretary, St John office, 70 Prince William street; James .Jack, assistant 
secretary. Membership fee, ^10 a year, which includes travelling privileges, 
mortuarv benefits and accident insurance. 

Trinity Preceptory, No. 507, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. 

Wm Rogers, WP; Hartley Haslett, D P; Robt Wills, chaplain; Oscar 
Grant, registrar ; A J Armstrong, treasurer ; John Rusk, financial secretary ; 
J C Mowbry, 1st lecturer; Chris White, 2nd lecturer; J T Moore, 1st censor; 
James Keys, 2nd censor ; J J Cook, 1st standard bearer ; Geo Dennison, 2nd 
standard bearer; Andrew Cooper, pursuivant; Geo Currie, John Smith, Geo 
Moore, Samuel Chambers, Oram Laskey, H P Allingham, R G Magee, com- 
mittee. 



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Flshiiiii; ChibH, 

Beaver Lake KishinR (^iib -W II Thome, president ; J D Ilazen, vice- 
I^resident; (i F Fislier, secretary-trejisurer. 

Log Cabin Fisliing Club— j I Noble, i>resident ; R J Armstrong, vice- 
president; E W Paul, secretary-treasurer; A G Ilamm, .1 E Wilson. G K 
I'rawford, J P Hipwell, managing committee; M C McRobbie, W S Thomas, 
Henry Crawford, audit committee. 

Ball's Lake Fishing Club— CJeorge McAvity, president; J T Gilchrist, vice- 
president; WA Ewintr, secretary; Andrew Bbiir, treasurer : J T Ilnmilton, 
Frank Rankine, T P Regan, .1 G Carleton, (feorge Murray, with officers, are 
<li rectors. 

Inglewood Fish and Game Corporation— Leonard R Knight, secretary. 
St. John Bicycle and Atlilftic Club. 

F H Tippet, president; W P Robinson, vice-president ; R S Ritchie, treas- 
urer; F L Temple, secretary; R N Frith, assistant secretary; F \V Roach, 
captain; R M Bartsch and F \V Coombs, lieutenants; F H Tippet, W P Rob- 
inson, RS Ritchie, F L Temple. If II ITansird, R L Johnston, J (i Harrison, 
J D Patterson, P B Ilolman, R N Frith, F VV Roach, managing com- 
mittee. Club house, Piigsley building, corner Princess and Canterbury streets ; 
grounds at Marsh Bridge. Visiting wheelmen and athletes will receive a 
cordial welcome at the Cl.ib. 

New Ilrunswick Uental Society. 
J W gangster, president council; F A Godsoe, registrar coimcil ; C H 
Murray, G F Sproule, A Mc.\venney, appointed by governor-in-council ; 
J M Magee, L Somers, J W Sangster. F \ CJodsoe. elected by Dental Society. 
•Officers of N B Dental Society— H C Wetmore, president ; B" H Torrens, vice- 
j)resident ; C F' Gorham, secretary. 

]Lloy<rs Register of British and Foreign Shipping. 
Head Office: London, England— Capt Welsh, Lloyd's Surveyor for P E 1 1 
Office, Charlottetown, P E I. Captain Hunter, for Nova Scotia ; Office, Haliax, 
N S. Charles McLauchlan (St John), Joseph Reid (Bale Berte), agents. 

Commissioners Free Public Mlirary. 

, chairman; R O'Brien, secretary; John Montgomery, W Frank 

Hatheway, Mrs W H Tuck, Miss M Manning Skinner. Mrs F H Foster, Mrs 
Alexander M Phillips ; Miss C Martin, librarian ; Miss Melick, assistant. 

Portland Free Public Library. 

Count deBury, president; Hon James Holly, 1st vice-president; H Miller, 
■2nd vice-president; Richard Farmer, secretary-treasurer; George Hoben ; 
Miss Edwards, librarian. 

The St. 'ohn Oratorio Society. 
Board of Management— (J S Mayes, president ; Rev R Mathers, vice-presi- 
dent; A G Burnham, treasurer; A de W Howard, librarian; A H Lindsay, 
secretary ; James S F'ord, conductor ; S D Crawford, A Chip Ritchie, W T 

<]fard, R Farmer. 

Western Association. 

Alexander Wilson, president ; Robert Quinlan, vice-president ; Robert A 
WiLson, secretary : Daniel Fitzgerald, treasurer ; Capt George Cripps, sergeant- 
at-arms; Jeremiah Quinlan, John Fitzgerald, John Kane, trustees. Meets at 
"Western House. 

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NAMES. 



Robert liarrv Dickie,* 

Francis A 11 Struton, 

W Tyng Peters,* 

George ('on noil. 

Lewis 1* Fislior, q c, 

( rcorge I [are, * 

Wm Henry llatlieway, * 

Samuel Thompson, (j c, 

William H Buckerfield, * 

Peter Mitchell,* 

George tr (iilhert, A n, (j c, 

Daniel Fergnsou, * 

R Hutchinson, (j c, 

Lewis J Almon, 

D Gustavus Maelauchlan 

Alexander Ballentine, 

Ilurd Peters, a m, * 

William P Dole, a h,* 

John Lothroj) Marsh, A B, 

Charles J Sayre, 

George Frederick Hill, * 

J R Macshane, * 

Charles K Knapp, 

C N Skinner, D c; L, q c, 

G Sidney Smith, A n, 

Henry Bartlett Rainsford, 

John Augustus Wright, A n, * 

Thomas Gray Merritt, 

Charles A Peck, q (;, 

William M Jarvis, 

Joseph C Barharie, 

Charles H B F'isher, q c, 

John(}Clif}ord,* 

A Rankin Bedell, a b, 

Thomas A Welling, 

William M Connell, ll b, 

George F (Gregory, q c, 

T B Robinson, A b, 

Caleb Richardson, 

Pat E Sweeney, * 

F E Morton, q c, 

Lewis A Mills, 

Henry Lawrance Sturdee, A M, 

Silas Alward, A M, D c L, Q c. 



Admitted Admitted 
Attoiiicys. Barristers. 



Res id 



ence 



7 Feb 


llJOct 


l.S Jinie 


14 Oct 


18 June 


5 Feb 


15 Oct 


10 Oct 


10 June 


14 Oct 


do 


7 Feb 


13 Oct 


13 Oct 


12. June 


7 Feb 


10 Jime 


do 


10 April 


i;} Feb 


13 April 


,13 Oct 


13 Feb 


13 June 


,13 Oct 


jl4 April 


13 April 


,14 June 


,14 April 


1 do 


il4 Oct 


: do 


i do 


' 9 Feb 


;l(5 April 


12 June 


: do 


do 


119 Oct 


1 do 


do 


do 


•15 June 


15 Oct 



•35' 7 Feb 
do 15 Oct 
'lOK) June 
do 12 Oct 
do 17 June 
'10 3 Feb 
do 13 Oct 
do 12 Oct 

'47 

do 15 Oct 
d<^ 12 Oct 
'50! 7 Fel) 
do 12 Oct 
dn do 
'5M0 June 
'52; 10 Oct 
do 10 Jiuje 
do^ do 
'53 13 Oct 
'5410 June 

do 

'50 10 Oct 
'58 10 Feb 
do 10 Jiuie 
do 13 Oct 
'00 do 
do 13 Oct 
do^ Oct 
'01 12 June 
do 10 April 
do, 19 Oct 
do: 19 Oct 
'02 14 Oct 
'03i 6 Feb 

do 

do;16 June 
doi do 
do^lO June 
do; 13 Oct 

doi 

do; 13 Oct 
doi do 
'64116 June 
doi 13 Oct 



'35 Andierst, NS 
'37|Freflerict(»n 
'41 : Winnipeg 
'43| Woodstock 
do do 

'48 St .John 
doi do 
do! Newcastle 

|Westmorliini5 
'49i Montreal 
'48iSt John 
'52l("hatham 
'52 RichibuctO' 
dojSt .John 
'.")3 Bathurst 
'.55'St John 
'53 do 
doi do 
'54'Frederictoi7j 
'5()|Richil)ucto 

I St Stephen 
'58| Halifax 
'01 i Dorchester 
'00 St John 
'59 do 
'02 Fredericton* 
'01 1 Boston 
'(>9;St John 
'03! Hopewell 
do St John 
doiDalhousie 
'05 Fredericton 
'04 United State* 
do!St John 

Shediac 
"05; Woodstock 
doFrederictoni 
'04 St John 
'OSiRiehibucto- 

.Aroostook 



do 
do 
do 

doi 



Sussex 
St Stephen 
St John 
do 



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NAMES. 

IVter Millar, * 

Robert Hn.'yks IN'ters, *' 

h>lwar(l Hvron Witi.slow, 

Robert Cniv, * 

Andrew (Joor^'e Blair, Li, i>, q c,'^ 

Alfred F Street, * 

George McSorley, 

Artluir (/'larenee Fairweather, 

Frederick W Stnekton, 

Walter J Kilner, * 

Robert J Ritehie, 

Robert Matlicw, A M, 

Thos Lewis Harrison, A n* 

Stanley Rovd,* 

A A Peck,' 

Randolpli Ketelnini Jones, 

Isaac Allen Jack, a n, d c l, <i c, 

James Hannay,* 

Jobn P Hudson,* 

Israel S (iross,-' 

Daniel Jordan, qc, 

Josiab Wood, i) o L,"^" 

Augustus IT Hanington, q c, 

Alfred A Stockton, ll d, d c l, q c, 

Micbael Adams, q (;, 

Charles \V Bock with, 

Thomas Millodge, A M, Q c, 

Alexander W Baird, 

a H Stead man, 

W C Milner, n s. 

Daniel C Courser, i.r, b, 

S B Api)leby, 

Charles H Lugrin, A n, * 

Legh R Harrison, A n.-^' 

Charles A Stockton, ll b, 

James D Phinney, A r, 

John Russell Armstrong, q c, 

John Kerr, 

George H Mullin, j-l h,* 

A Slason Thompson,* 

Samuel J Baker,- 

Edw R Gregory, i.i. b,* 

Montesquieu McDonald, 

James Mitchell, A M, q c, 

James G Stevens, jun, a b, 

John Willett, 

Lemuel J Tweedie, 

Henry Hilyard, ll b, * 

Robert O Stockton, ll b, 



Admitted 
Attorneys. 



\dniittc(l 
I'lirristers. 



K»SHi^Cf> 



15 Oct 
do 

17 June 

: dn 

113 April 

I do 
: do 

16 June 

13 Oct 

' do 

14 Oct 
do 

17 Jinie 

10 Oct 
H! April 
1 ') Jinie 
12 Oct 
1.5 Oct 

do 
j do 

15 Feb 
' do 

15 June 

do 
14 Oct 

do 

do 
, do 

I I Feb 
21 April 
19 June 

11 Oct 
19 Oct 

21 Oct 
, do 

do 

rlo 

do 
I do 
> 9 Feb 
i do 

do 

22 June 
22 Oct 

do 
do 
do 

18 Feb 
do 



'«4; 

do 

do 
do 

'().") 

do 

do' 
do 
do 



Ai-ril 

s i-vi.""" 

8 July 
Aoril 
ao 
do 
.June 
Jiuic 
do ( )ct 
do Oct 
do Oct 

'<)7 

'(W 

'().-) 1 1 Oct 

'(it; do 

do 12 Oct 
doll Oct 

do! 

'05 15 Oct 
•07 10 Feb 
doj do 
do 11 .June 
do do 
do 14 Oct 
do do 
do 9 Oct 
do 9 Oct 

'09 

do 15 June 
do 1 1 Oct 
'08 14 Oct 
do 1 Oct 
■09:11 Oct 
do do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
8 Feb 
do 13 April 
do' 8 Feb 
do! 15 June 
dol2 Oct 
d0| do 
do! do 
do do 
'71:20 Feb ^ 
do' 9 April 



do 
do 
do 
do; 

'70i 



'0.7 Ottawa 

Ai;>;traliii 
<iO|Fri.dorictoif 
<!<» Ricliil "to 
di>,( )tt;nva 
dol'rcdciicton 
do St .lohn 
do' do 

75 Sussex, K C 
'07 Ontari(» 
do St John 
'00 St John 

ruitcd State" 

Kngland 
'07 ndpewell 
do Woodstock 
do St John 
do! do 

Tnited Stater- 
do do 

'08' St John 
<lo Sackville 
do St .John 
do' do 
do Newcastle 
(If) Fredericton 
do St .John 
doi do 

M on cum 
'70Sackyille 
do Woodstock 
'09 do 
'70Seattle. 
do Mr Columbia 
do St .John 
do| Fredericton 
do St .John 
do do 
do Boston 
'71 Chicago 
do United States 

do| 

do! St John 
do St Stephen 
do do 
do St .John 
do Chatham 
'72 St .John 
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NAMKS. 


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Admitted 
Barristers. 


Residence. 
St John 


Edwuid TC Knowlcs, 


IH Feb 


71 


20 Feb 


72 


MellxMirni' McM()niif,'lc, 


do 


do 


do 


do St Stephen 


Harry K Phuit, 


do 


do do 


do Kdmiindston 


A K;iinstunl JJallocii, 


do 


do do 


do do 


Robert A Hordi'ti, A n, 


22 June 


72 


27 June 


73 Moncton. 


Wrn I'liysU'v, DC li, (iC, 


do 


do 


do 


doSt John 


<'iuu'k's Aimer Mucdonald, a ii, 


26 ( )ct 


do 


24 Oct 


do do 


Wm Ii Wulliuc, 


20 June 


do 


2S June 


do do 


Alkii Ottv Kuril', 1) c u, q c, 


25 Oct 


do 


27 Oct 


do do 


JMiilii) P;ilmi'r, 


20 Feb 


73 


27 June 


74 do 


Leandor A Wliito, J,i, u,* 


do 


do 


do 


do U States 


J Arthur I'air weather, rx n, * 


do 


do 


do 


do California 


Wm 11 Dickson,* 


21 June 


do 


21 Jiuu! 


do Salt Lake City 


Wesley Vanwart, A M, 


1 Nov 


do 


1 Nov 


do Fredericton 


Ge<ir;re F Hiiird, 


13 Feb 


74 13 Feb 


75 St John 


George A Ilciidersoi), 


do 


do do 


do do 


Allison P) Coniiell, LL i\, li c, 


20 April 


do 20 April 


do Woodstock 


Henry Turner,* 


do 


do do 


do St John 


Geor^'e K Fairweatlier, 


20 Jiuie 


do 20 Oct 


do do 


James A Belyea, 


do 


do do 


do do 


James L Kerr,* 


do 


do 


do 


do Lin i ted States 


Gc()r<;e E Fraser, 


do 


do 


do 


do Chatham 


T Carleton Allen, j.l ii, 


22 Oct 


do 22 Oct 


do Fredericton 


R Barry Smith,* 


do 


do' do 


doiNew York 


J Howe Dlekson, 


do 


do do 


do Albert 


Fred II McKiel, 


do 


do 


do 


do |St John 


Hugh H McLean, 


13 F'eb 


7o 


13 Feb 


76 do 


R F Qnio;ley, ll h, d c l, q c, 


do 


do 


do 


do' do 


Miles B Dixon, 


23 April 


do 


23 April 


do do 


William A Park, 


do 


do do 


do Newcastle 


E Perley Williston, A u, ,. 


June 


do 


19 June 


do do 


Michael 8 Benson, 


June 


do 14 Oct 


do Chatham 


John Black, 


22 Oct 


do 24 Oct 


do Fredericton 


Humphrey Gilbert, 


do 


do do 


do Kingsclear,YC 


William A Russell, 


do 


do do 


do Shediac 


C W Treadwell, A i-,* 


do 


do 


do 


77 Ottawa 


John H Cother,* 


2 Feb 


76 


8 Feb 


do| North W^est 


Harvey Atkinson, 


11 Feb 


do^ 


12 Feb 


do Moncton 


G Dixon Otty, 


do 


do 


do 


do St John 


W Watson Allen, 


do 


do 


do 


doi do 


Andrew H Johnson. 


do 
20 April 


do 
do 


do 
21 April 


do 




George C Coster, A B, 


do 


St John 


Anion A Wilson, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Charles II Masters, A M,* 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ottawa 


John D Williams, 


12 Oct 


do 


12 Oct 


dojSt John 


Chipman A Steeves, 


do 


do 


21 Oct 


do 


Moncton 


Charles A Palmer, ll b, q c, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


St John 


Joseph A Harris,* 


19 Oct 


'85 


28 Oct 


'86 Boston 


William Wilson, 


21 Oct 


76^21 Oct 


'77 Fredericton 



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Ricliani A Lawlor, 

William A Tnu'rnaii, 

Fred W Kertsoii, 

Henry R Kmmcrson, 

Albert S White, A H, u. B, 

J A Hainiah,* 

F. II McAlpine, a n, m a, 

ChnrlesO'Dcmnell* 

Alfred E McLeod, 

Richard P McClivern, jr, A M,* 

Robert McLeod, A u, 

Edmund (r Kaye, 

Berton S Head, T-l n, 

Dennis B (lallafjjher, 

Adam A Rankin,* 

John McAllister, n c, 

F J Dufry,'<- 

(ieorge I' Thomas, 

John T Ilarriiifjton, 

Narcissc A liandry, i,L n, q i , 

Ambrose I) Richard, l.L n, 

Henry A Powell, B \,q c, 

George V Mclnerney, ll n, q c, 

John R Costitjan,* 

Willianison Fisher, LL n,* 

Henry II James, 

Havelock Coy, B A, 

James Devlin,* 

James P Mitchell,* 

John R Maltbv,* 

Win H T Hatheway 

Arthnr I Truenian, i) c L, M A, 

(ieo A Davis, ll n, 

Richard B Adams, ll b, 

Allan A Davidson, Jr, « A, 

Hiram G Betts * 

W C Hazen Grinuner, M A, 

James Kav, 

R H Davis, 

James Straton, 

Wm D McLeod, b a,* 

David I Welch, 

Abraham B Walker, u a, ll b, 

Frank H Tuck, * 

Charles E Sunnier, 

Robert Beck with, 

Fred'k W P^mmerson, A B, ll b, 

R S LeBert Tweedie, 



Admitted 
Attorneys. 



Admitted 
Barristers. 



Residence. 



21 Oct 

Feb 
21 June 

do 
IH Oct 

do 

19 Oct 
May 
June 

do 

Oct 
April 

13 Fcl) 
April 

do 
do 
do 
do 

20 June 
do 

23 June 

do 

do 
18 Oct 

do 

do 
28 Oct 
12 Feb 

do 
12 Feb 

do 
17 June 

do 

do 

22 June 

23 Oct 
do 
do 
do 

14 Feb 
do 

16 June 
do 

!17 June 
j23 do 
|23 June 

17 Oct 
1 do 



7r> 

'77 21 Feb 
do IS June 
do 12 April 
do .SOct 
do 24 Oct 
'78 



do 

do 
do 
do 
du 

'79 

do 1.") 

do 

do 

do 

d(. 



May 

June 

do 

do 
Oct 
April 

do 

do 

do 

d.. 

do 



do 20 April 
do 24 April 
do do 
do 20 June 
do 24 do 
do do 

do 19 Feb 
do 23 Oct 
do 12 Oct 
do 14 Feb 
'80 4 Feb 
do do 
do 14 Feb 

do 

do 20 June 
do 12 Oct 
do lo April 
do 2'. do 
do 25 Oct 
do do 
do 26 Oct 
do 23 Feb 
'81 24 Feb 
do do 
do Oct 
do 29 June 
do do 

do 

do 29 June 
do 8 July 
do 26 Oct' 



Moncton 

'7S Newcastle 

'79 llo|.ewe!lCor 

do ( irand l-'alls 

do Dorchester 

'78|Sussex 

Fnited States 

'79 St John 
do I'nited Stat.M 
do Sussex 
do New York 
do St John 

'80 do 
do Dorchester 
do \Voo(l>tock 
do Fnited States 
do ('ampl)ellton 
doTnited States 
do Moncton 

i\n 

do Hathurst 
do Dorchester 
do Siickville 
do Ricliibueto 
do N W Territory 
do Woodstock 
'81 Richibucto 
do Fredericton 

do ^ 

do Wiimipeg 
do do 

St John 
do do 
do Honolulu 
'82 Batluirst 
'81 Newcastle 
do Boston 
do St Stephen 
'82 Moncnm 
do Richibucto 
do:St John 
do New York 
do; Moncton 
do St John 
do Br. Columbia 

I Moncton 
do Dorchester 
'83 Petitcodiac 
'82 Ham|)ton 



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NAMES. ' A^"'^^** 


ES 


FOR SOGI 


ETY PRINTING. 


/ 


^d 


Admitted -d -j 

o • X Residence. 






AtTorneys. 


narriste 


•s. 




fteorge W Allen, m a, 


9 Feb 


'82 


22 Julv 


'83 Fredericton 




Warren C Winslow, 


do 


do 


do 


do Chatham 


i'j* - 


Robert Murray, jr, 


lo Feb 


do 


12 April 


do 


'1 ' ' 


Lemuel A Ciirrey, m a, d o l, q c 


17 April 


do 


26 do 


do St John 


;i ■-' ', 


Dougald Stewart Hutchinson,'^ 
Spurfteon Wortnian,*-' 


do 
do 


do 




United StatCri 




do 


11 Oct 


do' Nova Scotia 


Clifford H Deacon^-' 


do 


do 


Winnipeg 


¥, 


Frederick (; Raud,^ 


do 


do 


Cornwallis, NS 


V' ■ 


William Murray, 


do 


d() 20 April 


do Campbellton 


^ '1 : 


J DeVebor Neales, 


do 


do 12 do 


'87 Newcastle 


A Louis Belyea,* 


do 


do 


do 


do P>r Columbia 


1 ■■ 


Josiali R Murphy, i.i. u, 


do 


do 


<lo 


do Woodstock 


' 1 


Daniel Mclutyre,* 


18 April 


do do 


do Winnipeg 




John F Ashe, 


do 


do do 


do St John 




Albert J Cire,i';ory, 


28 June 


do 28 June 


'82 Fredericton 




Daniel Mulliii, 


do 


do do 


do St John 




Jeremiah II Barry^ 


28 June 


'83 28 June 


'83 Fredericton 




J Dou<>las Hazen, n A, D c T-, <; c 


, do 


do do 


do St John 




Allan Wiliuot Chapman, 


29 June 


do 12 Jan 


'84 Dorchester 


! 


Mariner Georife Teed, 


do 


do do 


do do 


I- V. 


John L Carleton, 


11 Oct 


do 25 Oct 


'83 St John 




Herbert E Wardroper, 


18 Oct 


do 7 Feb 


'84 do 




Isaac 11 Hal let, ll u* 


do 


do do 


do Rr. Columbia 


' 


William P Say re, 


do 


doj do 


do Richibucto 




Jamci, T Sharkey, ij, u. 


do 


do do 


do Fredericton 




J Norman W Winslow, 


do 


do do 


do Woodstock 




A D Chapman, 


20 June 


do 10 April 


do Dorchester 


; 


William H Chapman, 


do 


do do 


do do 




David Grant, ll u. 


do 


do 16 Oct 


do Moncton • 




Melville Norman Cockburn, 


8 Feb 


do 21 Feb 


do St Andrews 




Samuel Judson Jenkins, b a,'^ 


do 


do do 


do Ottawa 




J Twining ilartt, 


IG April 


do 24 April 


do St John 




John Michael O'Brien, b a,* 


do 


do 


Vancouver 




James M Knight, 


do 


do 16 Oct 


Moncton 




William Alexander Ewing,^ 


do 


do 24 April 


do St John 


■ 


Edward Girouard, 


do 


do 16 Oct 


do Moncton 




Frederick V Wedderl)urn, ll n. 


do 


do 24 April 


do Hampton 




J Arthur Freeze, 


16 April 


do do 


do Sussex 




Charles L Richards,* 


18 April 


do do 


do Nebraskfi 




Leouard Allison, u A, 


14 June 


do 26 Jan 


do Sussex 




Clarence H Ferguson, 


13 Oct 


do 16 Oct 


do St John 




Donald McLeod Vince, 


1 do 


do do 


dojWoodstock 




Alexander Straton, 


i do 


do do 


do Andover 




Chas I Thomson, 


1 do 


do do 


dOi Newcastle 




Robert Rankin Ritchie, 


1 do 


do 18 Oct 


do St John 




James W McCready, 


' 7 Feb 


'84 16 April 


'85 P'redericton 




John P Lawrence, b a, 
Joseph G Matthews,* 


! 9 Feb 
16 April 


do 
do 




Westmorland 




30 April 


do New York 




John M Stevens, 


25 April 


do 


25 June 


do St Stephen 



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Charles J Coster, 

Jos H Yeomans, 

Frank A Bennett, 

Francis B Gregory,* 

Robert W Hewson, 

Allen W Bray, 

Henry li Ayer, 

Geo W Fowler, ll b, 

Harrison A McKeown, n A, ll u, 

Leonard Tilley Carvill, I.L B,* 

Thos P Regaii, 

Ronald C Grant,* 

John Boden, m a,* 

James McQt.een, 

John Walter Read, b a, 

Stan. Keirstead, A b, ll b,* 

Herbert W Moore, A b,* 

Frank H Grimmer, ab, 

Ora P King, 

Albert W Bennett, ll b, 

George J Clarke, 

Berton C Foster, a b, 

Thomas I^awson, 

George R Vincent, 

Charles E DtiflTy, 

Frederick La forest, 

Martin G B Henderson, 

James S Harquail, 

Milton B Hicks,* 

Robert Morrison, 

Frank A McCully, b a, ll b, 

Fred St J Bliss, B A, 

CAD (Jagnon, 

Wm D Carter, LL B, 

AV Woodbnry Wells, ll b, q c, 

Pascal Poirier, 

Charles Tliomas Bailey, 

Arthnr C Brvdone Jack, b a,* 

Walter Harold Covert,* 

Finimore McLeod, B A,* 

William A Mott, 

Henry F McLatchy, i-i- b, 

Sidney S Taylor. LT- b,* 

Joseph A Russell, ll b,* 

Edgar W Thompson, 

Frederick DeVine, 

Jas E Cowan, 

Titus J Carter, ll b, 

Gerard G Ruel, ll b, 



Admitted 


Admitted r» -j 


Attorne} 


s. 1 Barristers. ^«-'"^"^«^- 


12 Jan 


'84 


25 June 


'85 St John 


13 Jan 






Moncton 


20 Oct 


dot 29 Oct 


do Dalhousie 


do 


do do 


do Vancouver 


do 


do 


do 


do Moncton 


do 


do 


9 Oct 


'90 Hopewell 


do 


do 




Moncton 


do 


do 


29 0ct "' 


'85 Sussex 


do 


do| do 


do St John 


20 April 


'85 29 April 


'SG 


21 do 


doj do 


do St John 


do 


do: do 


do Bridgeto'n, N .S 


do 


do[ 


Xew York 


19 Oct 


do 27 Oct 


'87 Shediac 


do 


do 28 Oct 


'8G Kredericton 


19 Oct 


do' do 


do United State? 


do 


do' Oct 


'86 do 


do 


do do 


do St Andrews 


do 


do 12 April 


'88SUSSOX 


do 


do 27 Oct 


'87 Sackville 


29 April 


do 23 June 


do St Stephen 




'SG 2S Oct 


'SG Kredericton 


21 Oct 


do 27 Oct 


'87 Andovcr 


do 


do; do 


do St .John 


do 


do do 


do l-'redericton 


(.lo 


do do 


do Kdniundston 


do 


do 28 Oct 


do St John 


do 


do 27 Oct 


do Daliiousie 


do 


doj do 


do Centreville 


do 


do do 


do Sussex 


27 Oct 


do do 


do Moncton 


21 Oct 


doJ do 


do Fiedericton 


do 


do 25 Oct 


'88 EdnnindstoD 


do 


do 11 Oct 


do Kichibucto 


do 


dn 

'87 


1 


Moncton 


* 1 VF 

3 Feb 


••■••••a 

11 Oct 


do Shediac 


do 


do; 9 Feb 


do St .John 


do 


do 26 April 


do P>r Columbia 


9 Feb 


do 


Halifax 


19 Oct 
do 


do 
do 


' •••••**• 


Nelson, B C 


25 Oct 


'88 Campbellton 


do 


do, 17 Oct 


'89 Hopewell 


do 


do 25 Oct 


'88 Edioonton, A 


do 


d( 
dc 


i •••••••« 


Vancouver 


do 


25 Oct 


'88 St Stephen 


do 


do do 


do St John 


, do 


do do 


do <lo 


do 


do: do 


do Dorchester 


18 Oct 


'88' 17 Oct 


'89 St John 



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■ NAMES. 

George H Turner, 

John Roy Campbell, b c l, ll b, 


Admitted 
Attorneys. 


Admitted 
Barristers. 


Residence. 


18 Oct 
do • 


'88 
do 




''89 


Dorchester 


17 Oct**'" 


St John 


Arthur N Charters, 


do 


do 


22 Oct 


'91 


Dorchester 


Francis J ^weeny, 


do 


do 




, 


Moncton 


Stephen U Bustin, 


do 


do|17 0ct 


'89 


St John 


John J Porter, 


do 


do; do 


do 


do 


George Gilbert, 


do 


do' do 


do 


Bathurst 


Alexander Perley Barnhill, b a, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


St John 


Ernest A McKay, B A, 
J Chipman Flartley, B A, 


do 
do 


do 




''89 


Fredericton 


do 


17 Oct"*' 


Woodstock 


' Charles E A Simonds, b A, b cl, 


do 


do' 




Fredericton 


Alexander W Macrae, A b, 


12 Oct 


'8923 Oct 


'90 


St John 


John R Dunn, b a, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John J Gallagher, A b, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Woodstock 


Henrv C Haningtnn, a b. 


do 


do, do 


do 


Moncton 


Charles W Clifton Tabor, 
Horton B Hetherington, 


do 
16 Oct 


do 




'91 




'90 22 Oct 


Gagetown 


Harris G Fenety, b a, t.l b, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


St John 


Bedford B Teed, m a, 


do 


do do 


do 


Sackville 


Arthur W Ebbetl, 


do 


do! do 


do 


Gagetown 
St John 


John B M Baxter, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


James King Kelley, bc l. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John Ward Wetmore, BA,* 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ambrose K Neales, m a, 


do 


do do 


do 


Chatham 


Martin H Parlee, b a, 


do 


do do 


do 


Sussex 


Charles W McAnn, b a, ll b,* 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Kalso, B C 


John A Sinclair, ll b, 


16 Oct 


do 


22 Oct 


'91 


St John 


Jas P Byrne, LL B, 


do 


do 


6 Oct 


'92 


Sussex 


Louis E Young, ll b. 


do 


do 


22 Oct 


'91 


Woodstock 


Frank B Carvell, ll b, 


do 


do 






do 


Fred L Fairweather, ll b, 


do 


do 


6 Oct"*" 


'92 


Sussex 


Oeo H V Belyea, 


15 Oct 


'91 


20 Oct 


do 


St John 


Oswald S Crockett, B A, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Fr^'uricton 


James M Mclntyre, 
Charles J Milligan, M A, 


do 
do 


do 
do 




''92 


S»i-:'-' . 


20 Oct' ' 


St .):'I'U 


R G Murray, ll b, 


do 


do 




. 


do 


Geo L Wilson, b a,* 


do 


do 


20 Oct"" 


'92 


Boston 


Stewart L Fairweather, ll b, 


16 Oct 


do 


do 


do 


St John 


Hedley C Taylor, ll b,* 
Charles F Sanford, 


do 


do 






Edmonton, A 


27 Jan 


'92 


16 Feb*'* 


''93 


St John 


Clifford W Robinson, b a, 


13 Oct 


do 


19 Oct 


do 


3'ioncton 


Charles Appleby, B A, ll r, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Woodstock 


Ephraim R Chapman, b a, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


St John 


Robert Wetmore Hanington, B A,* 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Br Columbia 


Charles Comben, ab, llb. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Woodstock 


Arthur R Slipp, llb. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Fredericton 


Waltei H Trueman, ll b, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


St John 


Edward P Raymond, b a, 


3 Feb 


'93 


Feb 


'94 


do 


James Friel, b a, 


27 June 


do^lO July 


do 


Dorchester 


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Sherwood A M Skinner, b a, ll 

Bowyer 8 Smith, ll b, 

John Montgomery, b l, ll b, 

Heber S Keith, b a, 

Scott E Morrill, 

Henry F Puddington, ll b, 

Stephen W Palmer, 

Charles St C Skinner, b a,* 

Leonard P D Til ley, ll b, 

James W Flower, ll b, 

Charles H Mclntyre, b A,* 

Hugh G Nealis, 

Richard B Bennett, ll b, * 

W B Jonah, b a, 

Frank A Harrison, 

A B Copj), LL b, 

Edward B Coaklev, 

E A Reilly, 

A George Blair, ll b, 

O B Stock ford, b c l, 

Allen B Wilmot, b c l, 

Aaron Lawson, p. A, 

Thos W Butler, 

Harold S Waterbury, n c L, 

George K McLeod, b a, ll b,* 

Harry F McLeod, b a, 

Fred H Peters, 

George Black, 

Robert A Irving, ll b, 

Harry H Pickett, b c l, 

George S Shaw, ll b, 

Hugh H Hansard, 

Wendall P Jones, ll b, 

William J Loggie, ll b, 

J Stewart Campbell, 

Peter Hughes, 

R W McClelan, 

Pius Michaud, 

Edward F Jones, 

C VV Mitchell, 



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'93 10 July 


'94'St John 


: do 


do do 


do do 




do 


do do 


do do 




do 


do do 


do do 




12 Oct 


do 8 Oct 


do do 




do 


do do 


do do 




do 


do' do 


do Moncton 




do 


do do 


do Boston 


1 do 


do do 


do St John 


{ do 


do 3 April 


'97 do 


\ do 


do! 


Boston 


1 ««- 

; do 


do ,S Oct 


'94 I'Vedericton 


do 


do do 


do Hr Columbia 




15 Nov 


'i»4 22 Nov 


'95 Elgin 




do 
do 


do 


Sackville 




do 22 Nov 


'95: do 


j do 


do 


St Andrews 


do 


do 22 Nov 


'95 Moncton 


' do 


do do 


do St John 




do 


do 22 Nov 


do do 




do 


doi do 


do Fredericton 




do 


do do 


do Kdmundston 




do 


do do 


do Nowciistle 




11 April 


'95 18 April 


'90 St John 




l'> Nov 


do 


New York 


18 Nov 


do 19 Nov 


do Frederictou 


; do 


do do 


do do 


do 


do do 


do do 


do 


do; do 


do Buctouche 


do 


do do 


do St John 


; 


do 


do do 


do do 


, do 


do 22 Nov 


'95 do 


13 Nov 


'96 18 Nov 


'97 Woodstock 


' do 


do do 


do Chatham 


: do 


do do 


do Fredericton 


12 Nov 


'97 


do 


i do 


do 


do 


1 ^**' 

1 do 


do 


P^dnuindston 


': do 


do 


St John 


1 do 


do' 


Newcastle 






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Coiuiuissioners Under Cap. 30, Consolidated Statutes. 

('ommissionera for Quebec — Baynea O'Hara, Peers Daviy, Charles dishing, 
Samuel C Fatt, John li Isaacson, (Jeorge R Lockie, Philip S Ross, Duncan L 
Mc'Douga!, Wm H Olive, J as G Ross, Wm A Caldwell, Alex F Riddell, Arthur 
(t Doughty, Frederic Hague, Ed D Busteed, Chas Hudson Smith, John 
Hyde, iSaiuuel W Jacobs, \Villiani Herbert Burroughs, Montreal ; Michael E 
Bernier, St llyacinthc ; Tiieops S Oliver, Ivl (i Meredith, (ieorge Stewart, jr, 
i^uebec ; Joseph X J^avvic, ( iaspe ; Josei> E Pouliot, Fraserville. 

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Penry Barber, Toronto ; Daniel Jordan, Newcastle; Alfred J Walker, Brant- 
foid; John Joseph McCtcc, Rev John Wickstead, Ottawa. 

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Addy, Henry G, Saint John 
Addy, Geo A B, Saint John 
Alexander, C C, Lower P'ce Wni, Yk 
Allison, Lucius Carey, St John 
Andrews, Joseph, St John 
Archambault, Joseph, Fort Kent, Me 
Atherton, A B, Fredericton 
Atkinson, James G, Bristol, Carleton 
Baker, 1 W N, Centreville 
Baxter George O, pjarnesville 
Baxter, James McCiregor, Chatham 
Bayard, William, St John 
Bearisto, James, LakeVillo, Carleton 
Bell. Dudley J, Fort Fairfield, i\le(n r) 
Bellivau, Lucien J, Shediac 
Benson, John Stafford, Chatham 
Benson, Joseph Black, Chatham 
Best, O F. Debec 
Berrynian, John, St John 
Black, C A, Bale Verte, Westmorland 
Blair, Frank 1, St Stephen 
Botsford, Robert L, Moncton 
Bourque, Louis N, Moncton 
Bowser, Jas C, Sackville 
Bridges, Jas Whiteside, Fredericton 
Broderick, F^dward J, St John 
Brown, F M, Centreville, Carleton 
Brundage, E M, Newcastle Bdg,Queens 
Burgess,S W,G reat Shemogue, Westra'd 
Burnett, Joshua U, Sussex 
Byrne, Thomas, St Stephen 
Calkin, J O, Sackville 



Camp, George R, Upper Sheffield 
Carter Herbert R, Port Elgin, Westm'd 
Carruthers, Geo, Sackville 
Case, Mayes, Wickham, Queens 
Caswell, James A, Gagetown 
Chandler, K B, Moncton 
Christie, James, St Joiin 
Christie, William, Portland 
Christie, Wm Alex, St John 
Churchill, Ebson, Bristol, Carleton 
Clark, Augustus T, Calias, Me (n r) 
Clark, A W, Fairville 
Coburn, Benjamin, Bright, York 
('oburn, G Hayward, Fredericton 
Coburn, A D, Canterbury L. ..Ion, Yk 
Cody, Peter W. Danforth, Me (n r) 
Colter, N R, Woodstock 
Comeau, Francis Xavier, Caraquet 
Copp, E M, Point de Bute 
Coulthard, George E, Fredericton 
Coy, Judson, Lower Prince Wm, York 
Crawford, G R J, St John 
Crocket, Wm Caldwell, Fredericton 
Crocket, A P, Dalhousie 
Cruise, William, Moncton 
Cummins, M E, Bath, Carleton 
Curtis, Isaac B, Hartland 
Daniel, John Waterhouse, St John 
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Dibblee, ( leorge (), Moore's Mills 
Dick, Thos, iSt (.Jeorj^'e 
Doherty, Isaac W, Kiii^'sdm, Kent 
Doherty, Win W, ('iini|it)elll(in 
Doherty, K P, Fairvitle, St John 
Duncan, (Jideon MilclK'll, U.itlnnsi 
Earle, Thos J (), Yoinij^'sC've, (^neeii > 
Ellis, Wm L, St John 
Emery, A I ban I'\ St John 
p]stey, Alfred S, Haitlaiid, CarleLon 
Ferguson, A J, Dalhonsie 
Fitzmaurice, Tlios J, Iloulton, Me (n r) 
Fleniing, (ie<) W, Petitcodiac 
Fritz, Howard Douglas, St John 
(jlaudet, E T, St Joseith, VVestnioilantl 
(lilclirist, John, Portland 
(Trilchrist, John H, (Jreenwicli, Ivings 
(lillnior, Henry Edwanl, St Martins 
(Joodwin, I' red, Baylield, VVeslintirrd 
Gove, Samuel Til ley, St Andrews 
Gove, Harry, St Andrews 
(4ray, James H, Fairville 
(Jregory, H \V, Lower Pr Wni, \ <trl< 
(luy, Adolphus J, Kdmundston 
Ha{.'erman, J K, Floreneeville, ( ailt'u 
Hay, IJ B, Chipman, (Queens 
Hayes, Joseph, Nelson, N l> 
Hand, Wm Nelson, Woodstoi'k 
Hetherington, George A, St John 
Holden, Charles, St John 
Inches, P Robertson, St John 
Irvine, W H, P.oiestown 
Jack, DuVernet, Gr Harbor. (J Manan 
Johnston, George F, Sussex 
Johnston, Charles H L, St John 
Jonah, J Mariner, Eastport, Me (n r) 
Keiller, Alex J, St John 
Keirstead, Perley Taylor, Woodstock 
Keith, Bauman N, Harvey Stat'n,York 
Keith, M Franklin, Harcourt, Kent 
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Kenney, Frank Lincoln, St John 
Kilburn, Francis, Pres(pie lsle,Mt'(ti n 
King, Wallace G, Buctouche, Kent 
King, James H, Andover 
Knapp, H T, Sackville 
Lacroix, Wenceslas, l-klniundston 
Landry,D V, St Joseph, Westnioi'land 
Langis Joseph A, Petit Koeher 
Lawson, J J, Xortli Head,Gr Manan 
Lawson, J as D, St Stephen 



Leger, Joseph A, Shediac 
l-ewin, A A, Belleisle Creek, Kings 
Lewis Wm .1, I lillsboiough 
licwis, ,)ohn T, Hillsborough 
Macdonald, M ( ', ( ainbridge, t^ucens 
^Ll( iloiiald, M II, Wickham, \>ueens 
Macdouahl, Donald D, Petitcodiac 
Macdonald, .lojin, ( "liatham 
Nf:icl'arlan(l. M L, l'\-iirville 
MacLaren, Murray, St John 
Main, Charles (i, Kdmundston 
Marvin, P)liss A, Hillsboroiigh, Albert 
Melvui, (leorge (iirvaii, Alma, Albert 
Mitchell. Robert, Dorchester 
Molliit, A Cowan, Kilbin-u, N'ictoria 
Moore, I )avid K, Stanley 
Moore. iMhnund. Salisbury 
Morehouse, ( ) F, l'p[»er Keswick, York 
Morrison, . Joseph Hugh, St John 
Mott, .lohn C, St Joliii 
Miiilin, Bainet M,St Marys, York 
Murray, A .1, I'rcderictou ,Jc, Siuibury 
Murrav, Ihuiiel, ( 'ampbdlton 
Murny, Suther C, Albert, Albert 
Murray, A, Leouardsvilk'. Deer isl'd 
Myers, Andtrose R, Moncton 
Mc Alpine, Lenniel A W. St John 

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McXichol, John, Sussex 
Nicholson. Robert, Newcastle 
Nugent, J G, I>riggs' Corner, Queens 

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()llo(lui, Riiiino A, Kinyston. Kent 
Owens, .John G, Millville, Y'ork 
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Preston, Edward A, St .John 
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Rand'all, F ( ', Hillsborougli 
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Smith, Gains T, Moncton 
Smith, Jas R N, Milltown, Me (n r) 
Smitii, Joshua N, Hampton, Kings 
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Somcrville, Get) W, Bristol, C^arleton 
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Cates, \V .1, Caniiihelllon 
Carr, K C, Hartland 
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Campbell, Alex, Mouth Keswick 
Daly, .J J, Sussex 
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havis, K N, St .lol.n 
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Davis, "W \\ St Marlins 
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(iodsoe, Frank A, St John 
(iorhani, C K, St Jolm 
(loodfellow, Win, Sussex 
(ireene, 11 A, Cent rev i lie 
(roodwin, A II, I'aie V'erte 
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llatheway, J C, St John 
llatlieway, Canby, St John 
JIannali, (J (), St John 
lia/.elvvodd, J T, St John 
Hewson, W C. Fort KIgin 
.Jewelt, J 1'], Woodstock 
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l.an^,'slro^h, 11 S, Nau\vit(ewauk 
Kittle. C IJ. St John 
Manee, J M, St John 
Maher, J I), St John 
Minray, II W, Monetoii 
Murray, C A, Moneton 
Moore, J W, St Stephen 
McAveiniev, A K, St John 
Marvin, KW. llillsboro 
Manninir, Jas, St Jolm 
Malonev, .J V, St Andrews. 
Nase, 11 n, St John 
Nasnn, J V, St Stejdien 
Powers, Moors. St Andrews 
Parki'r, K R, St Martins 
I'obertson, K 1, St .John 
Sangster, K, St John 
San<;ster, J W, Saekville 
Steeves, W II, Kredericton 
Soniers, L. Moneton 
Spra>(ue, W {\ Shediae 
Sproul, ( i J, ( hathani 
Sproul. II, Chatham 
Smith, K A, Shediae 
Smith. A D, St John 
Smith, J M. St John 
Torrens, H II, Krederieton 
Taylor, K A, Moneton 
Travers. II }>, St John 
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Franc tiohi and 

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Holiviano Silver 

Milrcis ItiOO reis (iold 



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Mexico 

Netherlands 



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Peru 

Portuj^al 
Russia .... 



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Spain 



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Turkey 

United States,. 



I' S. of Col.inihia 
Venezuela 



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Tael 
Peso 

Crown 

Peso 

Piaster 

Franc 

Pound sierlinjf 
DrachiiKv 

Mark 

Iiiipee of Hi 
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j Lira 

Yen 

Dollar 
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Florin 

Crown 

Sol 

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Honhle of 100 
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Dollar 

Peseta of 100 

Ceiitiiiies 

Crown 

Franc 

Maht)ubof20 
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Piaster 

Dollar 

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Silver 

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Silver 

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Gold 

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Gold I 

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Silver 

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Condor doubloons and Escud 

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5, lOand 20 Marks 

5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 Lira 
1,2,5, 10, 20 Yen 



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.40,2 j Florin. 10 Guldens, Gold, 
! J-l.Ol 9-10 

.26,8 ' 10 and 20 Crowns 

.82,3 

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•65,8 V4. }4 and Rouble 

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.26,8 10 and 20 Crowns 
.19,3 5, 10 and 20 Francs 

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